After being in quarantine for seemingly countless, you may have begun to find that the jigsaw puzzles you have laying around the house just aren’t hard enough. You might want to try your hand at something a touch more challenging. How about a 51,300-piece puzzle from Kodak?
The puzzle, which measures 28.5 feet wide and 6 feet tall, is being recognized as the “world’s largest puzzle” and requires a good chunk of space. Instead of one picture, it consists of 27 pictures of world landmarks composed into one massive puzzle. Scenes include the Great Wall of China, the Colosseum, and the Taj Mahal. Each scene is packaged individually as a 1,900-piece puzzle, so you can focus on one scene at a time.
According to Kodak, “Each photo was initially taken by a professional photographer, then digitally enhanced and printed in high quality. You’ll see the quality in every piece.”
While there are many challenging puzzles out there, such as clear puzzles, puzzles with no edges, and solid-color puzzles, this puzzle will keep you occupied for a good chunk of time. The 51,300-piece puzzle definitely can’t be finished in an afternoon and will give your brain the exercise it needs. It is available for $410 on Amazon.