View of Olinda, Brazil Jigsaw Puzzle

View of Olinda, Brazil
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Today we're going back in time and visiting Olinda, Brazil in 1662. This puzzle is based on an oil on canvas painting Frans Jansz Post. It depicts Olinda Cathedral (damaged when the Dutch captured the region from the Portuguese in the 1630s) in the background and a variety of indigenous animals, plants, birds and even insects in the foreground. Put the pieces back together and see how many animals and plants can you spot. Have fun! // Image Credit: Frans Jansz Post, 1662, The Rijksmuseum

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