- Standing at 69 feet tall, the sandcastle was made with nearly 5,000 metric tons of sand.
- The structure was created Dutch artist Wilfred Stijger with the help of 30 other sand sculptors.
Standing at just over 69 feet tall, the world’s tallest sandcastle has been built in the town of Blokhus in Denmark.
The structure, reinforced with glue and clay, took 4,860 tons of sand to make.
It is open to visitors and will stand in place until the winter.
It is located in Blokhus, a small beach town on Denmark’s northern shore.