Denmark, Now Home To The World's Tallest Sandcastle
The world’s tallest sandcastle has been completed in the small seaside town of Blokhus in Denmark. It weighs almost 5,000 tonnes and is more than 20 metres high, its designers stated on Wednesday.
Its maker, Dutchman Wilfred Stijger, assisted by 30 world’s best sand sculptors, aimed the castle to represent the power of the novel coronavirus over the world since the pandemic’s beginning.
“It tells you what you should do. To stay away from your family and not visit nice places. Don’t do activities and stay home,” he elaborated.
The residents of Blokhus have also appreciated the local features incorporated into the sandcastle, such as beach houses, windsurfing and kite-surfing, and fish and lighthouses.
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