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Autumn Leaves On Cobblestone Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: If you didn't know, cobblestone is a natural building material. It is used for pavement roads, streets, and buildings and it's made up of cobble-sized stones (a cobble is a piece of rock defined as having a size of 64 - 256 millimeters). To pave a road, sidewalk or building the stones are typically either set in sand or similar material, or are bound together with mortar. Now that you know a bit more about cobblestones, click start, put them back together and solve today's puzzle.
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