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The Palm'sche Haus In Mosbach Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: The Palm'sche Haus is the largest half-timbered house in the city of Mosbach in the Neckar-Odenwald district in northern Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. The house was built in 1610 by master builder Abraham Lenger. The name comes from one of it's later owners, the merchant Anton Palm. The building is a three-storey half-timbered house on a massive stone basement level. So what are you waiting for? Click start and join us in this picturesque German market and solve today's new puzzle.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 22/Jul/2018

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00 : 41

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03 : 02

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02 : 55
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11 : 29

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05 : 28
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22 : 47

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09 : 30
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39 : 47

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16 : 30
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