Sweden has unearthed its finest glaciers, which constitute a unique architectural masterpiece.

The Ice Hotel was built for the first time in 1989; it was recently restored with the help of 36 artists from 17 countries around the world, using 30,000 cubic meters of ice and 500 tons of pure natural snow.

The Ice Palace, which is located in the village of “Jukasgarvey”, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, consists of 35 luxurious deluxe suites designed with handcrafted, in addition to an ice hall and a frozen playground for children.

The Ice Palace receives visitors until March of next year, according to what was published by the Daily Mail website

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