Special Report

50 Most Outrageous Snowmen and Ice Sculptures Around the World

Source: Kristaps Hercs / International Ice Sculpture Festival Latvia

26. Jester
> Location: Latvia

This incredibly detailed submission at Latvia’s International Ice Sculpture Festival depicts a jester breaking through the wall, representing someone who takes risks to enjoy life.

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27. Kabuki Theater: Spirit Of The Samurai
> Location: United States

This American submission paying homage to the Japan’s Kabuki Theater won second place in the multi block category of the World Ice Art Championships in 2017.

28. King Kong
> Location: N/A

We should never hope to encounter King Kong in our cities, but if we ever do, this detailed sculpture helps us imagine how much of a chance we would stand.

29. Leaning tower of Pisa
> Location: N/A

While this tower doesn’t sink, it will be gone by summertime.

30. London landmarks
> Location: N/A

While these sculptures show British landmarks in all their details, it’s safe to say the queen won’t be found inside.

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