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A 1: 55000000 scale map of the world in a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle. Every Ravensburger puzzle is produced and packed with the utmost care. The puzzle is checked at each stage of design and production to ensure that the one you receive is of the highest quality.
Ravensburger puzzles offer you these special features-
The widest range of puzzle images
Pieces that really fit
Linen-finish paper to ensure a glare-free puzzle picture
Strong pieces that dont break
Puzzles manufactured from special recycled board
Excellent customer service.
You can't beat Ravensburger puzzles for quality, interest, and range. This one fitted the bill all round - only quibble is that the flags along the bottom were very small and my... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lulu
Chose this for the detail-we are trying to improve our world knowledge.Haven't done it yet-good for caravan holidays and involving our friends.Good for Quizzers too.Published 12 months ago by Pam
I bought this after I failed miserably in the geography section at a quiz night! I am hoping it will enable me to become a super quizzer at least in the geography rounds!Published 18 months ago by brigid
A very demanding puzzle not for the faint heart.
On the plus side all the pieces will only fit in one place unlike some puzzles.
I really enjoyed the puzzle as it was fun and educational at the same time. It is fun for the whole family and a good bonding tool.Published 23 months ago by learner
Bought this puzzle as a gift for my girlfriend who loves maps and loves to do jigsaws. Perfect! Very well made and great fun putting it together. Educational too. Read morePublished on 8 Jan 2012 by Genno
We haven't actually started this jigsaw yet, but the delivery was good, and the contents appear to be of good quality.Published on 3 Jan 2011 by hypnobear