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About Dowdle Folk Art Balloons Over Paris Mini Puzzle

In the late eighteen century Paris, France was the epicenter of experimental balloon flight. On 5 June 1783, the Montgolfier Brothers sent up the first hot air balloon. Jacques Charles launched the first hydrogen balloon 27 August*. The Montgolfier Brothers then sent up a sheep, a duck, and a rooster to see if living creatures could survive at a shocking altitude of 1500 feet (460 m). The first manned free flight in a balloon was taken by Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier and Francois d’Arlandes on 21 November 1783. Ballooning “took off”, teaching us about meteorology, geography, the atmosphere, and opening the doors to modern aviation. Take to the skies of P-AIR-is! and join the world of the early aeronauts.

Balloons Over Paris Mini Puzzle

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Pieces 250
Age 11+
Artist Eric Dowdle
Dimensions 6.75" x 8.5"
Manufacturer Dowdle Folk Art
Theme Folk Art, Hot Air Balloon, Paris & France
Puzzle Type Jigsaw Puzzle, Miniature Puzzle, Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number 50487
UPC Number 671095504874
Puzzle Category Travel & Monuments
Item Number 154453
Availability Online Only

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About Dowdle Folk Art Balloons Over Paris Mini Puzzle

In the late eighteen century Paris, France was the epicenter of experimental balloon flight. On 5 June 1783, the Montgolfier Brothers sent up the first hot air balloon. Jacques Charles launched the first hydrogen balloon 27 August*. The Montgolfier Brothers then sent up a sheep, a duck, and a rooster to see if living creatures could survive at a shocking altitude of 1500 feet (460 m). The first manned free flight in a balloon was taken by Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier and Francois d’Arlandes on 21 November 1783. Ballooning “took off”, teaching us about meteorology, geography, the atmosphere, and opening the doors to modern aviation. Take to the skies of P-AIR-is! and join the world of the early aeronauts.

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