The recycled sculpture which holds a Guiness Book of World Records slot for largest recycled sculpture was built by a Spanish architecture student. The sculpture stands 7m high, 29 m long and is made of used milk cartons. It has an open roof which creates patterns in daylight and it looks a little like a maze. It took 5,000 elementary school students to collect all those milk cartons in Granada, Southern Spain.
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