World's Largest Ice Sculpture Festival Opens in China with Chillingly-Cool Architecture
5 monthes ago - By Arch Daily
The world's largest ice festival has opened to the public in China. The Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival in Heilongjiang, North-Eastern China draws 18 million visitors, marveling at the festival's spectacular castles and sculptures. In total, the 2019 edition saw 120,000 cubic meters of ice and 111,000 cubic meters of snow crafted by thousands of artists in temperatures as low as -35C using swing saws, chisels, and ice picks. Having begun as an annual tradition in 1985, the festival has gained accolades such as the Guinness Record for the world's largest snow...
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