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Wisconsinites to build world’s largest puzzle

REEDSBURG, Wisc. (NBC, KYMA/KECY) - A small Wisconsin town is building the world's largest puzzle this weekend.

The citizens of Reedsburg are assembling the puzzle during a community event at Grasse Funeral Home in Reedsburg.

Organizers said the picture will include 60,000 pieces when finished.

Officials also said the puzzle will include pictures of special landmarks from around the entire world.

According to the puzzle's creator Dowdle, the puzzle is 8 feet tall and 29 feet long, making it the world's largest commercially available jigsaw puzzle.

Overall, It has 60 1,000-piece puzzles that will come together to make one large picture.

Reedsburg residents will build the puzzle all weekend, and organizers hope to have it completed by Sunday evening.

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