A Spanish architecture student has created a Guinness record by crafting the largest recycled sculpture ever. It’s a massive milk carton castle made from 50,000 cartons collected by none other than 5,000 local elementary students of Granada in Southern Spain. The modern day poor man’s castle measures 29 meter in length, 14.07 meter in width and 7 meter in height.
The castle which was entirely constructed using just glue and staples features a turret tower and an open roof that creates day-lit patterns. The Guinness guys should also have registered Spaniards as the most milk loving people on earth!