Winter is seen in two ways: some as chilly and wet, and as a time to avoid going outdoors, and others as a time to welcome snow. Snow is nature’s LEGO — you can indeed build anything with it. Snowmen, snowballs, forts, and even ten-court mazes! In case the final one seems suspiciously particular, it is because someone constructed one.
Snowlandia, a massive snow labyrinth erected in the tiny Polish town of Zakopane, one of Poland’s most famous skiing resorts, is open now.
In Poland, a massive snow labyrinth just opened.
The labyrinth took 50 people over a month to construct, utilizing over 60,000 ice cubes. They even built a 16 m (52.5 ft) tall snow castle next to it, which you may visit.
Snowlandia is more significant than ten tennis courts, making it the world’s most extensive snow labyrinth.
The labyrinth has made up of almost 60,000 ice chunks.
During the night, the labyrinth has illuminated with brilliant lights, giving the whole area the appearance of something out of a fantasy novel.
It took 50 people a month to construct.
Next to it is a massive snow castle that you may visit.
It’s chock-full of magnificent sculptures and treasures to discover.
Sculptures from Poland and Slovakia adorn the labyrinth and the castle. Snowlandia will reopen in January 2020, so start planning your vacation today!
There’s even an ice throne if you don’t mind having your buttocks frozen solid!
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