Originally known as Long Acre Square, a commercial center where an old Indian trail – Broadway – met 7th Avenue, the area was renamed Times Square in 1903 when the New York Times built its headquarters there. Since then it has become known as the energetic epicenter of Manhattan, and of Modern America. Featuring approximately 50 supersigns including the NBC Astrovision by Panasonic and the famous Dow Jones “Zipper”, some 500,000 people converge there each year to celebrate New Year’s Eve. From the “World Panoramas” collection, this 500 piece puzzle captures the bright lights and hustle-bustle of Times Square at night. Measures 27.3” x 9.4” when complete. Ages 12 and Up.