Norway Creates The Biggest Bonfire In The World

In Alesund, Norway, an artificial bonfire was created by stacking wooden pallets on top of one another until they reached 40 metres (131 ft) high. About 30 – 40 people help to make this impressive structure, all in order to create this amazing structure, all in aid of ‘Midsummer’, an annual festival to celebrate the birth of John the baptist.


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