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Ravensburger Buckingham Palace - 216 Piece 3D Jigsaw Puzzle
Ravensburger Buckingham Palace - 216 Piece 3D Jigsaw Puzzle

    Ravensburger Buckingham Palace - 216 Piece 3D Jigsaw Puzzle

    Brand: Ravensburger
    SKU: 12524
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    Utilising the latest 3D puzzle technology you can create this stunning 3D model of London's Tower Bridge. No glue required! Enjoy some of the world's most famous buildings in your own home! This model makes and ideal room decoration that you can build on your own or as a family. Collect all our 3D puzzles and create your own city Skyline! This sturdy puzzle builds into the famous facade of HM Queen Elizabeth II's "office". Palace sentries (complete with bearskin headdresses and smart red dress uniforms), stand guard, whilst outside the iron railings the first tourists of the day try to get a glimpse of any activity. HM the Queen obviously isn't in residence, as the Union Flag flies from the flagpole. A great gift for royal fans and an ideal memento of a day out in our capital city. Our Buckingham Palace 3D building jigsaws are crafted with premium quality and when completed are 38cm wide. Great 3D puzzles for Children 10 years old and up. This puzzle uses unique plastic pieces, which slot together to build a sturdy and strong model. No glue required! Either assemble by eye or using the numbers on the reverse side. Bestselling 3D puzzle brand worldwide - Our 3D jigsaw puzzles make ideal gifts for boys and great gifts for girls. Positively Puzzling - From fun family times together to long term health benefits and day-to-day mindful moments, there are so many positives about the humble Jigsaw! They make a great birthday gift or smashing Christmas gift

    How many puzzle pieces does the puzzle have?

    The puzzle contains 216 pieces

    When was the puzzle first released?

    The puzzle was relased on our site on Wednesday, October 28, 2020