Danish teen finishes 'world's biggest jigsaw' - made of 33,600 pieces

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Amanda Funch, the 19-year-old from Denmark, has completed the worlds largest mass manufactured jigsaw puzzle (Caters)

A 19-year-old from Denmark has finished what is claimed to be the world's biggest jigsaw puzzle - a 5m-long masterpiece with a whopping 33,600 pieces.

It took Amanda Funch 450 hours over two and a half months to complete the world’s largest mass manufactured jigsaw.

The completed puzzle now sits proudly in her living room in Denmark.

The 19-year-old posted images of her with the jigsaw puzzle onto social media site Reddit and received countless comments and questions about her achievement.

She said: ‘I never thought it could be such a big thing on the internet but it's a pleasant surprise, people have been very sweet about it.’


Amanda said that she has made jigsaw puzzles as long as she can remember and has always enjoyed the pastime.

She said: ‘I will carry on because it is a part of who I am. I do small jigsaw with 1000-1500 pieces just to keep me going because it relaxes me.’

Amanda has since written to Guinness World Records but she is also thinking of donating her remarkable puzzles to a local children's Hospital.















These are the amazing pictures of the largest jigsaw in the world that have now become an internet sensation. It is split up into 5 pieces because it is so large (Caters)
A close-up of one segment of the giant puzzle. (Caters)
Amanda said: I never thought it could be such a big thing on the internet but its a pleasant surprise, people have been very sweet about it. SEE CATERS COPY.