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American technology company Kodak has created the world’s largest jigsaw puzzle, with a whopping 51,300 pieces.

The company reported that the jigsaw, once completed, would be 8.6 metres wide and just under 2 metres tall.

The 50,000 jigsaw pieces interlock to depict 27 wonders from around the globe.

Although it sounds like an impossible task, Kodak does make the puzzle a little easier to solve.

Each of the 27 destinations is split into exactly 1,900 pieces, all of which are packaged in separate bags, reports.

Once completed, the puzzle is essentially a giant collage of sites like the Great Wall of China, Taj Mahal, and Eiffel Tower, all captured by professional photographers.

As to be expected, Kodak’s “World’s Largest Puzzle” costs a staggering $430, reduced from $460, from Amazon.

Other online retailers are charging upward of $630 for the record-breaking puzzle.


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