Put today's puzzle back together and join us on a beautiful Autumn morning for a few minutes of relaxation in the park. Connect the pieces and see the the beautiful willow trees, the wooden park bench, the people in the distance, the lake and the swans swimming on it. Have fun!Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
Today we're visiting the Aqueduct in Arcueil, a commune in the Val-de-Marne department in the southern suburbs of Paris, France. The name Arcueil means "place of the arches" (Latin radical arcus, "arch", and Celtic suffix -ialo, "place of"), in reference to the Roman aqueduct carrying water to the Roman city of Lutetia (modern Paris). Between 1613 and 1624 a bridge-aqueduct over 400 meters long was constructed to bring water from the spring of Rungis, south of Arcueil, across the Bievre river to the Luxembourg Palace in Paris. Between 1868 and 1872 another aqueduct was superimposed above the previous one, forming part of the system bringing water from the river Vanne to Paris. This puzzle is based on a 1874 painting by Jean Baptiste Armand Guillaumin.
Today's puzzle game offers a fun and relaxing way to spend your free time while engaging your brain and sharpening your problem-solving skills. The puzzle features a beautiful blue sky with fluffy white clouds, and a lush green cornfield stretching into the distance. To play the game, simply drag and drop the puzzle pieces onto the board until you've completed the image. The pieces are scattered randomly, so you'll need to use your visual memory and spatial reasoning skills to figure out where each piece fits. The game offers multiple difficulty levels, ranging from very easy to extra hard, so you can choose a level that suits your puzzle-solving ability. Solve it today and enjoy the beautiful landscape image of fluffy white clouds over a corn field.
Start today's puzzle and join us for a few minutes of relaxation in a beautiful alpine landscape. In this new game we feature a beautiful alpine meadow. Meadows support flora and fauna that could not thrive in other habitats. They are naturally occurring or artificially created from cleared shrub or woodland.
Are you ready for another fun and challenging puzzle? In this new one we're going back in time and visiting Piazza del Duomo in Amalfi - a town and comune in the province of Salerno, in the region of Campania, Italy. The puzzle image is based on a 1835 painting by Martinus Rorbye. The painting depicts a view of Piazza del Duomo. In the center of the composition is the Amalfi Cathedral and the stairs leading to it. Dedicated to the Apostle Saint Andrew, the cathedral was built in the 9th and 10th centuries. Since then it has been added to and redecorated several times, overlaying Arab-Norman, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque elements, and finally a new 19th century Norman-Arab-Byzantine facade - not visible in the image featured in this puzzle.
In this puzzle we feature a beautiful willow tree growing on the banks of a river. Willow trees are usually found in wet or poorly-drained soil at the edge of pools, lakes or rivers. They are medium-sized to large trees growing up to 10-30 m tall, with a trunk up to 1 m diameter and an irregular, often-leaning crown.
Today's we visiting the Garden of the Gods, a public park located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. The park is filled with large sandstone rock formations, that were created during a geological upheaval along a natural fault line millions of years ago. The park is popular for biking, hiking, rock climbing, and horseback riding. Because of the unusual and steep rock formations in the park, it is especially attractive for rock climbers.
In today's puzzle we're visiting the Adirondacks’ Keene Valley, through which the Ausable river flows. Also known as AuSable River and originally written as "Au Sable", the river runs in the U.S. state of New York, from the Adirondack Mountains to Lake Champlain. It was originally named "Au Sable" ("sandy" in French) by Samuel de Champlain when he first explored the region in 1609 because of its sandy delta. This puzzle is based on a watercolor and gouache on green-gray wove paper painting by James David Smillie (American, New York 1833–1909 New York).
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