Mastering the jigsaw puzzle

Anthony DiCostanzo, one of our puzzle masters is at it again. He connected the 300 pieces of this Colosseum puzzle in less than four hours.

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Anthony DiCostanzo shows off his finished 300-piece Colosseum puzzle. (Christopher Macina/Lifestyles)


What interests him about doing puzzles? Pretty much the basics.
“Putting the correct pieces in the correct order,” he said, is what gives him satisfaction.
He shared a bit about the Colosseum with the Media Department too. It was built in Rome AD 72 and was known as the Flavian Ampitheatre. It could hold between 50,000 to 80,000 people for gladiator contests and other spectacles.
By Joseph Jones with Kathryn Carse/Photos by Christopher Macina
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