3D St. Patrick’s Cathedral puzzle

$19.99

  • Assembly steps:
    • each puzzle piece is numbered on the enclosed panels for easy assembly.
    • locate parts by numbers on the panels.  Model assembly is divided into sections.
    • Follow assembly instructions step-by-step to build your very own St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
  • 117 pieces
  • ages, 5 plus.
  • Each piece is perfectly molded to fit, creating a seamless, mini Cathedral wherever you want.

Description

3D St. Patrick’s Cathedral puzzle,

St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Fifth Avenue between 50th and 51 streets in NEw YOrk CIty, St. Patrick Cathedral is the largest gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the United States. It is the seat of the Archbishop of New York and has been recognized throughout its history as the Center of Catholic life in this country. It was built to replace the original St. Patrick’s Cathedral , located on mulberry street between Prince and East Houston Streets, which was completed in 1815 and destroyed by fire in 1866. although the original St. Patrick’s was rebuilt in 1868. It was later downgraded to a parish church in 1879 when the New St. Patrick’s Cathedral was completed.

Have fun and challenge yourself  create a lifelike 3D replica of one of New York City’s most famous landmarks: St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Each of its 117 pieces are made from sturdy polystyrene foam board, and the best part is the St. Patricks Cathedral Puzzle can be assembled without scissors or glue! Each piece is perfectly molded to fit, creating a seamless, mini Cathedral wherever you want.
A wonderful gift for ages 5+, and the entire family, bringing a part of NYC has never been easier or so much fun. Once completed, its size and amazing detail makes it a beautiful centerpiece in your home, office, major party or corporate event.
3D St. Patrick’s Cathedral Puzzle, Assembly steps:
  • each puzzle piece is numbered on the enclosed panels for easy assembly.
  • locate parts by numbers on the panels.  Model assembly is divided into sections.
  • Follow assembly instructions step-by-step to build your very own St. Patrick’s Cathedral.