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Bay of New York, Sunset Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Bay of New York, Sunset Puzzle Details:

About: In today's puzzle we're visiting the bay of New York in the mid 19th century. Put the pieces back together one by one and see the bay and the ships passing through at sunset. Have fun!
Image Source /Credit: Thomas Chambers, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington

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