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Penrose’s Puzzle

Put the pieces of the puzzle into the frame. You will create a flower, that forms part of an infinite pattern. This pattern is particularly interesting because it combines beautiful local symmetry with the lack of any global symmetry.

The infinite pattern is called Penrose tiling after its inventor, Sir Roger Penrose (*1931).

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