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Japanese Stone Lantern Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Japanese Stone Lantern Puzzle Details:

About: Today's new puzzle features a traditional Japanese stone lantern called a tōrō. A tōrō is made of stone, wood, or metal. In Japan, tōrō were originally used only in Buddhist temples, where they lined and illuminated paths. Lit lanterns were then considered an offering to Buddha.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 09/Aug/2013

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