Get ready to embark on a picturesque journey through the stunning city of Amsterdam with the Amsterdam Aglow puzzle by Vermont Christmas Company. Designed by renowned artist David MacLean, this 550-piece jigsaw puzzle captures the beauty of the city at sunrise and sunset. With dimensions measuring 24" x 18", this puzzle is perfect for puzzle enthusiasts aged 11 and above. Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors and intricate details of Amsterdam's iconic landmarks as you piece together this captivating puzzle. Whether you're a puzzle aficionado or a fan of Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Aglow puzzle is sure to provide hours of entertainment and a sense of accomplishment when completed.
My husband had to do this one alone. I was having eye problems and the detail was too small for me to see. Neither of us enjoyed it as much as I thought we would when I bought it. We had just finished a colorful Christmas puzzle and by contrast this was dark with too many lines/small details in it. A challenge.
Beautiful and challenging!
A very challenging puzzle with a lot of depth.
Beautiful puzzle, fun to work on. Excellent colors.
We enjoyed very much putting the puzzle together.
Beautiful puzzle! Not too difficult, but fun to put together. High quality pieces.
A good exercise for the brain. A great amount of fun.
Lots of fun, not very difficult
My mom has always had a jigsaw puzzle in progress. She works on it, but so do all kids and grandkids even if dropping by for a couple minutes. We will stop and find a piece to fit. She has open door policy: we can go there and quietly puzzle through the saddest of moods or heaviest of ponderings. On hoidays that same puzzle will be the hub to five or six at a time working feverishly to be the one to place the final piece. The farm puzzle we had out before this one brought a fourth generation puzzler to the table. My five year old great-nephew begged to be a part of the grown up puzzle. He gave us examples of his many puzzler skills so we took the pieces for the "Fresh Eggs 10c a Dozen" banner and let him sit at the corner of the table. He not only completed that banner, but also placed a few key pieces being slipped to him under the table. Mom's 92. I am 72 and one of four kids. My nephews & nieces are numerous and as long as I can find Puzzle Warehouse online, there will continue to be a puzzle on Mom's table. JCD