A puzzle consisting of 99 pieces with a fun detailed drawing by Mauri Kunnas. The picture is from the new Koiramäki Suomen historia book, from the story about Mikael Agricola. Joy and interest in puzzle moments!
Mikael Agricola was a learned man, and after his studies, he worked as the headmaster of the school in Turku and as an assistant to the bishop. Based on a familiar story from the pages of Kunnas's new Koiramäki Suomen Historia book, a detailed funny picture of various events decorates this puzzle, in which Mikael Agricola plans to write Aapinen in Finnish, but is met with disbelief and doubt. Mauri Kunnas's drawing is divided into 99 pieces. Put these pieces together, and you can see the intact Kunnas handprint. The assembled puzzle is 48 x 34 cm.
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|| 335 g