Puzzling! Giant Rubik’s cube floats down Hudson River

NEW YORK (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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