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This MasterPieces 1000pc 13" x 39" Grand Canyon National Park Panoramic Puzzle is a great way to learn more about America, and have fun in the process! This panoramic photograph of Grand Canyon National Park was taken by Christopher Gjevre featuring a view from the South Rim, facing towards the North Rim. Grand Canyon National Park encompasses 1,218,375 acres in Arizona. First protected as Grand Canyon Forest Reserve in 1893, it became Grand Canyon National Park in 1919. The canyon was formed due to erosion and the down cutting nature of the river. The river also sweeps away sediment that is eroded into the river. The floor of the canyon is approximately 4,500 feet below the South Rim and more than a mile below the North Rim. The bottom of the canyon averages 15º to 30º warmer than the temperature on the rims.

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Pieces 1000
Artist James Blakeway
Manufacturer MasterPieces
Theme Grand Canyon, Landmarks / Monuments, Landscape, Nature, Photography
Puzzle Type Jigsaw Puzzle, Panoramic Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number 71582
UPC Number 705988715822
Release Year 2015
Puzzle Category Photography
Item Number 97487
Store Location(s) DC1D3
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This MasterPieces 1000pc 13" x 39" Grand Canyon National Park Panoramic Puzzle is a great way to learn more about America, and have fun in the process! This panoramic photograph of Grand Canyon National Park was taken by Christopher Gjevre featuring a view from the South Rim, facing towards the North Rim. Grand Canyon National Park encompasses 1,218,375 acres in Arizona. First protected as Grand Canyon Forest Reserve in 1893, it became Grand Canyon National Park in 1919. The canyon was formed due to erosion and the down cutting nature of the river. The river also sweeps away sediment that is eroded into the river. The floor of the canyon is approximately 4,500 feet below the South Rim and more than a mile below the North Rim. The bottom of the canyon averages 15º to 30º warmer than the temperature on the rims.

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5 Stars frank costey - Larkspur, CO
Quality: Excellent (100%)
Value: Excellent (100%)
Difficulty: Advanced
Would Recommend: Yes
Very good quality puzzle delivered in a timely fashion. Looking forward to completing the picture. Used to live 90 miles from where picture was taken. Hope to receive more puzzles from the Warehouse.

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