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The World's Largest Sand Sculpture Festival

12 different nations, spent six weeks carving 20,000 tons of sand to create 155 incredible sculptures.

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    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

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    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

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    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

  •  
    A group of artists have created the world's largest sand sculpture festival by using a staggering 20,000 tonnes to create 155 pieces of art. The team, consisting of 38 people, from 12 different nations, spent six weeks carving the intricate pieces of art from sand. The 20,000 tonnes of sand is from mountain rivers in the Alps and it was delivered to Blankenberge, Belgium, in 600 trucks.

    Photo: Splash News

 
 

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