Berlin's Bradenburg Gate was constructed in 1791 to represent peace. Although part of the Berlin wall during the years of Communist government, the gate now stands as a symbol of reunification of the two sides of this remarkable city and country. The finished puzzle building is assembled using the 324 high quality plastic puzzle pieces, and measures over 1 wide when completed. You can either assemble your building “by eye” (using the printed design representing the stonework), or you may prefer to refer to the reference numbers printed on the reverse side of the pieces. Put the pieces together in sequence and see this amazing monument appear before your eyes. This would make an excellent pastime or gift for someone interested in architecture or tourism, a lovely memento of a visit to Berlin and may appeal to traditional puzzle fans after a new challenge. We reckon it might just appeal to those who enjoy model railways too … a really unusual way to introduce substantial international 3D buildings to an existing set up.