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Venice Canal Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Venice Canal Puzzle Details:

About: A fun and challenging jigsaw puzzle of typical canal in Venice (Italy). Complete it and see the beautiful architecture and the gondola going across the canal.
Image Credits: Bogna_Ro
Puzzle Of The Day On: 16/Jun/2011

Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
00 : 14
Your Time
Average Time
00 : 38

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
01 : 02
Your Time
Average Time
03 : 14

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
02 : 34
Your Time
Average Time
11 : 42

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
03 : 48
Your Time
Average Time
23 : 20

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
06 : 32
Your Time
Average Time
1 : 03 : 44

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
15 : 41
Your Time
Average Time
1 : 51 : 47

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