While social distancing, as advised by the CDC and government officials to slow down the spread of COVID-19, many people have been searching for mindful ways to pass the time.

What's one solid way to pass time? Enter: puzzles!

There has been an increased interest in puzzles as highlighted all over social media as well as from celebrities showing off their finished pieces.

With the spiked attention surrounding puzzles, Kodak's latest 51,3000-piece puzzle feels right on time.

The "World's Largest Puzzle" is a nod toward celebrating the heritage of Kodak and beautiful photography.

It also features imagery of 27 wonders from around the world including popular sites such as the Great Pyramids of Giza Egypt and the Eiffel Tower.

"Each photo was initially taken by a professional photographer, then digitally enhanced and printed in high quality," the company stated on its website. " You'll see the quality in every piece."

PHOTO: The World's Largest Puzzle from Kodak, with 51,300 pieces, is shown.
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The World's Largest Puzzle from Kodak, with 51,300 pieces, is shown.

There are 27 separately packaged puzzles included that all fit together to create one big puzzle that is approximately 28.5 x 6.25 feet in size.

This massive puzzle costs $600 on Kodak's website, but is also available on Amazon for $400.

If 51,300 pieces aren't enough to keep you challenged, there are also clear jigsaw puzzles trending from a variety of brands.

Cove Mill Design Co. has several clear jigsaw offerings ranging from 12 to 108 pieces.

"It'll keep your little ones entertained (they can use dry-erase markers on them), and perfect for you to get your mind off of all the madness," Cove Mill Design Co. captioned an Instagram post showcasing photos of the puzzles.

The company also has plans on releasing another clear jigsaw puzzle including 150 pieces in the future.