Ice castle to be constructed at Mall of America

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A Mall of America parking lot will host a 40-foot ice castle this holiday season reports Kare 11 and the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Ice Castles, LLC plans to attract visitors from around the world by building their largest structure ever, Kare 11 said. Construction begins next month, said the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
A Thursday news release from the Mall of America reports the structure will be available for visitors beginning late December and going through February, said the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
This castle will be made of approximately one million icicles, said Kare 11, which differs from normal ice castles that are usually made out of ice blocks. The icicles are grown out of 4 million gallons of water, Kare 11 said.
The castle will feature tunnels, taverns, archways, and ice sculptures, Kare 11 said. LED lights will illuminate the caste at night, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal said.
Viewing of the attraction will cost $5 for children and $10 for adults, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal said.

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