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Flowers on the Balcony Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Flowers on the Balcony Puzzle Details:

About: In this new puzzle game feature a beautiful bouquet of flowers on the edge of a balcony. The image the jigsaw is build upon is a detail of a painting called "A Bouquet of Flowers on the Balcony" by the Russian artist Boris Kustodiev.
Image Source /Credit: Boris Kustodiev

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