Kodak’s ‘World’s Largest Puzzle’ Comes With 51,300 Pieces and Costs Whopping $600

World’s Largest Puzzle

If you are looking for some special gift for the photographer in your life, check out this incredible Kodak’s “World’s Largest Puzzle,” a huge puzzle that boasts 51,300 pieces and features some of the most marvelous wonders of the world, captured by expert photographers. But it will cost you a whopping $599.95.

The enormous puzzle is actually 27 separately packaged puzzles – 1,900 pieces each. They all interlock to create one monstrous puzzle – 51,300 total pieces – approximately 28.5 feet x 6.25 feet.

The world-famous wonders starred in the puzzle include the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Eiffel Tower, and the New York City skyline.

It is made in partnership with toy and art supply company, CRA-Z-ART, the World’s Largest Puzzle aims to “celebrate the heritage of Kodak and beautiful photography.” Each photo was originally taken by a professional photographer, then digitally improved and printed in high quality, according to Kodak.

“The colors and pictures are the crispest, realistic images ever created in a puzzle,” Kodak said.

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