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Farmhouse With Geese Puzzle Details:

About: Lots of vibrant colors and shapes in this new puzzle based on a beautiful painting. Start putting the pieces back together and rebuild the beautiful image and see the small farm house and the white geese resting in front of it.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 27/Oct/2016

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