Mossy Stone Pathway Jigsaw Puzzle

Mossy Stone Pathway
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About Mossy Stone Pathway:

Featuring a close-up of a mossy stone pathway today's puzzle will put your puzzle solving skills to the test. Pick a difficulty level, press start and reconstruct the pattern formed by the grey stone tiles and the bright green moss has grown in the gaps between them. If you didn't already know, stones ,like the ones in this puzzle, are typically used to pave streets, paths, or outdoor surfaces. Stone paved streets or pathways are known for their historical and charming appearance, and they are commonly associated with older or historic urban areas. // Image Credit: DailyJigsawPuzzles.net

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