Sourced from News.com.au
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, news.com.au 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.