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London England 4D Puzzle

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London England 4D Puzzle:

This London, England 4D Puzzle from 4D Cityscape recreates London's famous skyline, not only in three dimensions using scale-model buildings, but also along the fourth dimension of time. The puzzle includes 73 building replicas that depict the city as it appeared as far back as 1078 through to 2015 - Over 900 years of architectural history. The puzzle includes such iconic structures as the Tower Bridge, The London Eye, British Museum, Houses of Parliament, and the London Shard. Each building fits into pre-cut holes in a traditional 2D jigsaw puzzle composed of 1,230 pieces that form the city's street layout. The product includes a Time Poster that directs you through time as you rebuild London's skyline history. Ages 12 and up. Assembled measures 27-inches long x 14-inches wide x 3 1/2-inches tall. Ages 8 and up.
Company: 4D Brands
Theme: Maps
Product Type: Puzzles
Batteries Included: No
Age: 8 +
Number of Pieces: 1,230
Country of Origin: China
Item Length: 27 inches (68.58 cm)
Packaging Height: 4 inches (10.16 cm)
Packaging Width: 11 inches (27.94 cm)
Packaging Length: 13 inches (33.02 cm)
Weight: 2 lb

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WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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