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Sunrise By The River Puzzle Details:

About: Join us by a small and calm river on a beautiful summer morning and take in the beautiful landscape at sunrise. Put the small river, the trees on it's banks, the blue sky and the rays of sun passing through the white and fluffy clouds back together and complete today's challenge. Have fun!

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