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Big Ben

More timeless fun. Same Wrebbit magic.

One of the most loved models from our first generation of 3D puzzles, Big Ben is back bigger than ever with the addition of the Houses of Parliament. After the 2012 London Olympic Games and the renaming of the Clock Tower to Elizabeth Tower in honour of the Queen’s Jubilee, this model should easily win the favour of many puzzle fans for many years.

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Taj Mahal

THE TAJ MAHAL IN 3D!

IT’S LIKE RELIVING THE MOMENT

Travel back to 17th century India and experience what the thousands of artisans and craftsmen who built this “crown of palaces” must have felt as they pieced together one of the Wonders of the World.

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Neuschwanstein Castle

Create your own fairytale

Dubbed “the castle of the fairytale king,” Neuschwanstein is Germany’s most visited castle. Build it with your family, and enjoy it happily ever after...

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Empire State Building

One of America’s most famous icons, The Empire State Building was built in the 1930s in just 410 days. Standing 1,453ft (443 m) high, it was the first building with more than 100 floors and 73 elevators. Relive the building experience with our 975 pieces, 41 in (104 cm) 3D puzzle.

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La Tour Eiffel

The most requested is finally here!

Here is our newest model: the Eiffel Tower. Measuring 102cm / 40" high, this 3D puzzle will charm you with its 816 pieces and its most detailed illustration. A sure WOW!

 

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Sydney Opera House

Famous architectural work of the 20th century, Sydney Opera House (a renown place of performing arts in Australia) in a 3D puzzle format will charm the fans with its unique and original design (veils and shell forms).

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The White House

 

Celebrate the beauty of the Executive Mansion with this stunning replica of the White House. Assemble this 490 pieces 3D puzzle for yourself and proudly display the official residence of the President of the United States of America.

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Space Shuttle - Orbiter

Explore space in a new dimension!

The NASA Space Shuttle Program had its inaugural flight on April 12, 1981. Celebrate the 35th anniversary of this historical event by assembling and proudly displaying this commemorative 435-piece 3D puzzle.­

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