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For most of the youngsters coming through, Rovaniemi gives them a thoroughly convincing spectacle, from real igloos and ice furniture outside the downtown shopping mall, to tastefully done log-cabin style towers at the Santa village.
In it, the penguins appeared to plot a journey from their icy igloo to visit their relatives further north.
The restaurant is just as magical in warmer weather: When temperatures rise, the igloos are replaced by timber cabanas, adorned in wisteria and roses and filled with cushioned sofas and wicker furniture.
The first-place winner in the design phase of the challenge, the Mars Ice House, was an four-story igloo-like habitat with a spiral staircase, a mix of private and communal spaces, and rooms with curved walls to create an illusion of more space.
Instead of a frozen sea, though, what guests found inside was an inflatable pool filled with ice and Budweiser — plus blow-up air mattresses strewn about, and an inflatable igloo in which Red Bull was served over snow cones made of black ice.
Sakiagak set out late this winter to demonstrate how to build an igloo.
Mike Huckabee, then the governor of Arkansas, congratulates Canada on its national igloo.
Mr. Sakiagak set out late this winter to demonstrate how to build an igloo.
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First Known Use: 1856See Words from the same year
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