Designers in Denmark this week finished constructing the world’s tallest sand castle, which is approximately 69 meters high, reports the Guardian.
Status: The castle – for which designers used almost 5,000 pounds of sand – is more than 9 feet taller than the structure built in Germany in 2019, which previously had the title.
- The Sand Castle was created by Wilfred Stijger, who received help from 30 of the world’s greatest known sand sculptors. Stijger said the castle represented “the power that coronavirus has had around the world since the beginning of the pandemic,” the Guardian writes.
- At the top of the castle there is a replica of the coronavirus wearing a crown.
Details: The sand castle consists of 1
What to see: It is expected to remain standing until next February or March according to the guardian.