St Paul’s Cathedral in London, England is the 17th-century English Baroque style design of architect Christopher Wren. An iconic image and survivor of the blitz, the building stands as a symbol of national identity. It is the site of royal weddings whose dome and facade will be familiar to many from news photos and videos.
This member of the Word’s Greatest Architecture series features the astounding realism and intricately detailed execution of the MC collection. Constructing the puzzle takes place in stages that correspond to the building construction. Structure and form rise to illustrate the power and beauty of great architecture.
Enjoy building the puzzle for the pleasure, and nurture skills that can lead to a lifetime of enjoyment. These entertaining puzzles are also educational. Along with the instructions for building, an illustrated leaflet about the original contains facts and pictures to enhance knowledge. Handling the tiny details makes one familiar with all the intricate facets of the building’s design and construction.