WORLD'S LARGEST DOME IGLOO
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
What was the world's largest dome igloo?
Many Eskimos and explorers built and even lived in
igloos throughout the artic regions of the world. However, many of these were
not very large, as they did not have to have much room, just large enough to
accommodate their family or expedition.
The largest dome igloo, which was self-supporting,
was created in Quebec, Canada on February 22, 2005. The internal diameter was
7.36 meters or 24 feet 2 inches. The internal height was 3.81 meters or 12 feet
6 inches. It took 29 people to build the igloo. All of the 29 individuals were
employees of the Hydro-Quebec LG-3 power station. The structure was built on
property owned by the power station and took 18 days of work to complete the
entire dome igloo.
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