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Empire State Building - 3D Jigsaw Puzzle
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Empire State Building - 3D Jigsaw Puzzle

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Product Information

ObjectPut together the jigsaw puzzle.
Types1-100 Pieces, 3D
Dimensions23 cm x 17 cm x 52 cm / 9 in x 6.8 in x 19.2 in
PackagingCardboard Box
Total Pieces55

Product Description

Puzzle Pieces: 55 (Complexity rating: 4 out of 5)
Maker: CubicFun
Size When Completed: 23 cm x 17 cm x 52 cm / 9 in x 6.8 in x 19.2 in

This exciting puzzle is fun and challenging. It will help you exercise your spatial thinking and hard dexterity while offering hours of fun as you figure out how to put together all pieces to form a beautiful and attractive scale model puzzle. The puzzle can be displayed on your desk, bookshelf, home or office. Stimulating and educational, this puzzle will make a great gift for anyone young or old, friend or family and students of all ages. Combine power and imagination for a beautiful creation!


The Empire State Building has been named one of the seven wonders of the moder world by the American Society of civil Engineers.  The building located at the intersection of Fifth Aven ue and West 34th street was given its name in honor of the nickname for New York State.  Standing at 1,453 feet 8 9/16 inches tall, with 102 floors and a 203 foot pinnacle, which is covered by broadcast antennas and topped with a lightning rod, the Empire State Building was the world's tallest building for more than forty years, from its completion in 1931 until the completeion of the World Trade Center's North Tower in 1972.  The Empire State Building is currently the second tallest skyscraper in the Americas, surpassed only by the Willis Tower, formerly the Sears Tower.





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