NEW YORK, NY (CNN/WABC) – A giant Rubik’s cube floating down the Hudson River may be puzzling.
The colorful cube is making its way to an exhibit in Jersey City.
It’s part of a celebration for the 40th anniversary of the invention of the Rubik’s cube and the 70th birthday of Erno Rubik.
He’s the Hungarian architecture professor who created the iconic, and often frustrating, 3-D puzzle.
The giant Rubik’s cube will be on display at the Liberty Science Center Museum through Nov. 30.
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