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Arch Cubes
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Two 3x3x3's fused into one puzzle creating a unusual Siamese-variant which is equivalent (solvingwise) to the Barbell Cube.

The author of this variant had the idea of joining two puzzles together in a non-functional manner and then making them functional.
Other variants the author revised would have had four arches per halve or the middle two 1x1x3-block would not have been blocked but turnable.
Solvingwse the puzzle is equivalent to the Barbell Cube you can see in the museum.

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