ABCD Knot

ABCD Knot

Place the letters A, B, C and D in the grid so that precisely in each framed area each letter occurs once. In addition there is none set of four cells anywhere in the grid that is connected horizontally or vertically (corners are just as welcome as a line or a square) and has the sequence ABCD. Horizontally or vertically neighbored cells must be different.

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ABCD Knot

ABCD Knot

Place the letters A, B, C and D in the grid so that precisely in each framed area each letter occurs once. In addition there is none set of four cells anywhere in the grid that is connected horizontally or vertically (corners are just as welcome as a line or a square) and has the sequence ABCD. Horizontally or vertically neighbored cells must be different.

Example:

Example

Puzzle:

ABCD Knot

Schwibknoten

The Christmas arches (Schwibbogen) are ubiquitous in the Erzgebirge as a symbol of light in the Christmas time. They shone for the miners if they left the mines. Light was very important for the miners because they entered the mines during the winter season before sunup and came back after sundown. From the first Advent weekend right up to February, there are very many windows in the Erzgebirge with Christmas Arches. Our shows one of the most popular motifs. We see various symbols in addition to two miners, a toy maker, a child and a woman bobbin lace maker. We also find Christmas decorations, a light angel and an Erzgebirgian candlelight spider.

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Place the letters A, B, C and D in the grid so that precisely in each framed area each letter occurs once. In addition there is none set of four cells anywhere in the grid that is connected horizontally or vertically (corners are just as welcome as a line or a square) and has the sequence ABCD. Horizontally or vertically neighbored cells must be different.

Schwibknoten

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