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The Great stellated dodecahedron is one of four regular stellate polyhedra (Kepler-Poinsot solids).

The face of a polyhedron is a regular star-shaped polygon, which consists of regular triangles.

The face shape is as follows:

The polyhedron consists of 60

triangular faces.

* a detailed description of the polyhedron on the pages of the set "Magic Edges"

**Video. Rotation of a polyhedron**

**Video. Build a polyhedron from a set**

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