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|Worlds largest dog sleigh you can see at Ilulissat Airport.|
It's 23 meters long (75.5 ft), 3 meters wide (9.8 ft).
1994 it was adopted in Guiness Book of World Records after a ride of 110 meters (361 ft) with 108 passengers pulled by 260 dogs.
|The world's largest tire - 80 feet tall and 12 tons - is located in Allen Park, Michigan just east of the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. The giant tire originally served as a Uniroyal sponsored ferris wheel at the 1964-65 Worlds Fair in NY, NY. Twenty-four gondolas circled the tire carrying nearly two million people.||08/01/2005||1,379|
|The worlds largest wood pile created from trees downed in cyclone Gudrun.|
|The World's Largest Ketchup happens to be a 170 ft. water tower that looks quite like a 1949 catsup. Located in Collinsville, Illinois.||04/09/2006||482|
|This is the worlds largest 6 pack of beer in La Crosse, Wisconsin. http://www.worldslargestthings.com/wisconsin/sixpack.htm||05/17/2009||940|
|In Avesta you can se Worlds largest Dalecarlian horse. It's 13 meters tall (42.65 ft.) and made of concrete.||02/16/2010||532|
|The Worlds Largest Ape Rescue center.
|The worlds largest office chair sits in Anniston, Alabama. It is a total of 31 feet high and 21 feet wide. It weighs 20,000 pounds and was designed by Jim Gordon for Miller's Office Furniture.|
|Sculptors work on worlds largest sleeping Buddha statue Wednesday in Yiyang County of East Chinas Jiangxi Province. The gigantic rock work, whose construction started on May 1st,2002, measures 68-meter-high and 416-meter-long||09/16/2005||675|
|The largest wooden structure in the world is the Woolloomooloo Bay Wharf, Sydney, Australia. Built in 1912, the wharf is 400 m (1,312 ft) long and 63 m (206 ft) wide and stands on 3,600 piles. On the wharf is a hotel complex and a marina.|
|The World’s Largest Record Player, built by Technics to celebrate their 1 billionth pair of 1200s sold, this giant player is fully-functional; it plays 6,000 inch vinyl at a speed of 0.01 RPM.||04/30/2006||731|
|The Colgate Clock, located at a Colgate-Palmolive factory in Clarksville, Indiana, is the second largest clock in the world. It was first illuminated in Clarksville on November 17, 1924.||12/20/2006||407|