Amsterdam, where Prinsenhof and Brouwersgracht meet (Or: Puzzle time)

I recently finished a 1000-piece puzzle of Amsterdam — a present last year from Roger. And indeed, the puzzle sat in the ‘puzzle holder‘ for a good 5 months before I was able to finish it. The puzzle itself shows the corner of Amsterdam’s Prinsenhof where it meets Brouwersgracht, on King’s Day – hence all of the orange-clad characters.

Here is a close up look of the detail:

In the meantime, I’ve already started the next one. That would be a puzzle of The Hague’s Hofvijver which Marco bought for me as a Christmas present.

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2 thoughts on “Amsterdam, where Prinsenhof and Brouwersgracht meet (Or: Puzzle time)

  1. I think we did about four puzzles over Christmas and the start of the new year. We need a new one so now I’m looking up this one on bol 😀

    • It’s a fun one. And the Ravensburger puzzles are always high quality. Just make sure you read the paper that comes with the box (the couple at the bottom by the donation hat are always pictured one way but they get into trouble so the actual puzzle in that area is slightly different than pictured).

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