Charlie Buttrey

July 20, 2021

This is actually pretty cool.

A team of some 30 artists recently joined forces to build the world’s biggest-ever sandcastle in the Danish seaside town of Blokhus.

The sculptors used more than 5,000 tons of sand reinforced with clay to construct the intricately-designed pyramid, which stands just under 70 feet tall.

Chief artist Wilfred Stijger of the Netherlands said he wanted the structure, which is topped with a coronavirus wearing a crown, to represent the way that COVID “is ruling our world, and not allowing us to do what we want to do.”

For a short video about the project, point your browser here. You will be amazed.

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