The regular Dodecahedron has twelve faces, each one a pentagon. It is one of the platonic solids.

If you join the centres of adjacent faces you get an icosahedron. That's hard to visualise - pictures to follow.

You can make a paper dodecahedron, or another paper dodecahedron.

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