Assuming you can place a piece of this puzzle every 10 seconds, it will take you approximately 6 full days of working non-stop to complete, and that is an extremely generous time frame for a puzzle. So, if you are looking for something to keep you entertained during quarantine, this is the perfect solution for you! The 51,300 piece puzzle from Kodak will surely keep you busy for months to come. Once finished, the puzzle measures in at 28.5 feet by 6.25 feet, making it the worlds largest puzzle for sale. Good luck finding a wall big enough to hang it on!
Luckily, Kodak has at least made an attempt in making the puzzle easier for you.
The large puzzle really consists of 27 smaller puzzles, each 1,900 pieces, giving you more tolerable chunks to work with.
The 27 “smaller” puzzles, once finished, can be connected together to form one mega puzzle.
The images in the puzzle are 27 wonders from around the world. They consist of
1. New York City Skyline, USA
2. Colosseum, Italy
3. Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
4. Chichen Itza, Mexico
5. Machu Picchu, Peru
6. Grand Palace, Thailand
7. Santorini Island, Greece
8. Taj Mahal, India
9. Tower Bridge, England
10. Great Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
11. The Great Wall of China, China
12. Mount Fuji, Japan
13. Hagia Sophia, Turkey
14. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
15. British Virgin Islands
16. Washington DC, USA
17. St. Basil’s Cathedral, Russia
18. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
19. Eiffel Tower, France
20. Borobudur, Indonesia
21. Prague, Czech Republic
22. Venice, Italy
23. Nasir Al-Molk “Pink Mosque”, Iran
24. Niagara Falls, Canada
25. Hong Kong
26. Nyhavn in Copenhagen, Denmark
27. Park Guell, Spain
More info: Kodak
Each puzzle’s image was originally taken by a professional photographer and then digitally enhanced. Kodak promises “quality in every piece” of this $600 puzzle. You can pick up this puzzle on Amazon.