Complete today's puzzle and see how a terrace looked in the 1600s. Put the sword in the foreground; the musical instruments, the songbooks, the white marble statues, the flower pots, the people drinking wine or looking out the window in the center, and the walls, the entrance and the trees in the background back together and get into the romantic atmosphere . Have fun! // Image Credit: Delft, 1655–1665, The Art Institute of Chicago
The colorful toy building blocks featured in today's puzzle are part of a construction set. These kind of interlocking toy bricks are popular with children and are used to build different structures, objects or models. Building Blocks (also toy blocks, building bricks or simply blocks) are usually made out of plastic, wood or foam pieces, come in variety of shapes and colors.
Amidst the tranquil embrace of nature, a weathered wooden fence stands as a silent witness to time’s passage. Its sturdy planks, once freshly painted, now bear the marks of time and exposure. The left half of the fence wears a coat of fiery red, a bold proclamation against the elements. In contrast, the right side dons a serene blue hue, reminiscent of clear skies and distant horizons. Each knot in the wood, each weathered groove, holds a secret - a fragment of history etched into its grain. Click start, put the pieces back together and unearth the hidden tapestry of memories. Each connection, each snug fit, reveals a fragment of time - a sun-kissed afternoon, a whispered secret, a promise etched into the grain. Have fun!
Start today's puzzle and join us for a leisurely stroll along a winding cobblestone path covered with the vibrant colors of fallen leaves. As you tread upon the cobblestones, let the crunch of fallen foliage beneath your feet awaken your senses to the wonders of the season. Put the pieces back together and lose yourself in the mesmerizing dance of colors that adorn the pathway, painting a picture of nature's brilliance against the backdrop of grey stone. Have fun!
In today's puzzle we feature lots and lots of ferns. If you didn't know, ferns are can be found in almost every part of the world. They are members of a group of plants that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. There are four particular types of habitats that ferns are found in: crevices in rock faces, especially when sheltered from the full sun; wetlands; moist, shady forests; and tropical trees.
Coffee is grown in various regions around the world, primarily in countries within the "coffee belt," which is located between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The two most widely cultivated and traded species of coffee are Arabica (Coffea arabica) and Robusta (Coffea canephora). Before they are turned into the drink we all know and love, coffee beans are roasted. Roasting is the critical step in bringing out the flavors and aromas of coffee beans. It can produce a wide range of flavors and aromas, depending on the roast level. After roasting, beans are rapidly cooled to stop the roasting process and prevent overcooking. Once cooled, they are be stored in airtight containers to preserve their freshness and aroma. So what are you waiting for? Grab a cup of your favorite coffee, start today's puzzle and relax!
Join us for a few minutes of relaxation in the beautiful flower garden featured in today's puzzle. Pick your difficulty level, press start and put the colorful garden decorations (the rainbow pinwheel, the garden gnomes), the fragrant flowers, the trees and the green grass back together piece by piece. Have fun!
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