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Outdoor Cafe in the Park Puzzle Details:

About: Grab a seat and join us in a small outdoor cafe located in a beautiful park. Some cafes, especially European ones, may have an outdoor section (also called a terrace, pavement or sidewalk cafe) - like the one in this fun jigsaw puzzle - with seats, tables and parasols. Pick your difficulty level, click start and put the small cafe, it's terrace and the surrounding landscape back together piece by piece and relax with today's puzzle. Have fun!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 20/Jun/2018

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