Gustave Eiffel (1806–1859) is best known for his eponymous Parisian landmark, the Eiffel Tower. At the time of its completion, it was world's tallest structure and it served as the main attraction of the 1889 Exposition Universelle.
Build enthusiasm and challenge your own sense of perception by rising to the challenge of this nut-and-bolt-based puzzle inspired by Eiffel's fantastic French landmark. This puzzle pays tribute to the man whose vision completely revolutionized construction methods of the day and who later went on to do influential work in aerodynamics. When it's completed, this handsome game will attract admirers on your coffee, kitchen, or side table for decades to come.
Designed to engage the psyche, the Great Minds series brings together intellectually stimulating puzzles with some of the greatest thinkers from throughout history. Each puzzle reflects an aspect of the "Great Mind" who inspired it, as well as a brief history of their life and achievements, combining learning and play. Perfect for any science whizz or history maven, keep these alluring puzzles out in the open—they'll attract and keep the attention of your friends! Made in China.
Check out more Great Minds puzzles:
Darwin's Dinosaur Egg Puzzle
Aristotle's Number Puzzle
Marco Polo's Labyrinth Game
Great Minds Puzzles - Set of 5
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.