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Dodecahedron - A variegated Dodecahedron on a desk in a Victorian drawing room


Take 12 pentagons where all sides and all angles are equal, arrange them in 3-dimensional space so that three pentagons meet at each vertex, and you have the dodecahedron pictured here: 12 sides, 20 vertices, and 30 edges.



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