3D Puzzle - Big Ben
Big Ben is the name of the largest of the six bells of Westminster Palace in London, often mistakenly attributed to the clock and the Clock Tower as a whole. At the time of casting, Big Ben was the largest and heaviest (13.7 tonnes) bell in the United Kingdom. In 1881 he lost the championship to the Big Paul bell (17 tons). The tower was erected by the British architect Augustus Pugin in 1859, the tower clock was launched on May 31, 1859. The height of the tower, including the spire, is 96.3 meters. The lower part of the movement is located at a height of 55 meters.
The official name until September 2012 was "The Clock Tower of Westminster Palace", in the press it was often called the Tower of St. Stefan. By the decision of the British Parliament, it was renamed the Elizabeth Tower, in honor of the 60th anniversary of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
Number of pieces : 30 pieces
Size of the assembled puzzle : 9x9x38.50 cm
Age range: 15 years old and adults