Golden Hall of Meduseld
When I was the age of nine, I acquired a wonderful 3D jigsaw puzzle. Upon opening this puzzle I have always loved it because it gives me a challenge no matter how many times I complete it. This puzzle is from the Lord of The Rings Trilogy. It is the Golden Hall of Meduseld from the realm of Rohan. I have watched those movies since as long as I can remember. As a child building a building from that series was amazing for me. Every time I would watch those movies, I would cry out, “I made that building!” When I look at this puzzle, it reminds me that no matter the challenge that is set before me I can accomplish it with hard work and time.
Over 700 intricate pieces went into making this two feet by one and a half feet size puzzle. All 700 jigsaw pieces are one inch by one inch and are made out of styrofoam. The ground going up to the building is the very outside of the puzzle with about one or two rows of pieces. Instead of block corners, the corners are rounded to give the puzzle a more desirable look. The inside of the these pieces joins with the base of a small stone wall that gives the puzzle some height. The wall is two pieces tall with steps in the front going up to the building. Upon the top of the wall is a bunch dark gray brick floor going into the center of the puzzle. There is about another two rows of pieces that makes up the floor around the building. The floor follows the wall along the left, right, and the front sides, but not along the back. The Golden Hall of Meduseld stands in the the center of this puzzle. The building looks like an old church. The building is eight pieces tall while being fourteen pieces wide by sixteen pieces long. The roof slants down to the left and right side with the peak running from the back of the building to the front. Overall this puzzle looks like a very fancy barn atop a stone hill. The ground pieces are textured to show straw along the outside with tufts of wild dark green grass...
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