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Rubik's Cube from Drummond Park

The Cube Returns

Just wonder whether a certain Hungarian Professor of Architecture and Design realised how long lasting his creation would be.

For some, the defining memory of the Eighties could well be that of the fiendishly clever, or perhaps you prefer the description of annoying, puzzle – namely the Rubik Cube. I have to confess to being one of the many who fell under the spell of this contraption and spent many hours in attempting to solve this puzzle developed by Erno Rubik, a Hungarian Professor of Architecture and Design.