Snow Turned Into Famous Landmarks

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Roman Colosseum, even the Great Wall of China have come to Jefferson County - in snow form.

If you've driven along County Route 193 in Lorraine lately, you may have seen snow sculptures of some of these famous landmarks.

Six brothers worked for about five days creating the historic recreations - some measuring over 20-feet high!

But for the brothers, the reason behind it all wasn't for a history lesson.

It was about surviving the family snowball fights.

So do the sculptures actually provide protection?

One of the brothers tells us snowballs practically explode on contact of the snow and ice walls.

Thursday, September 18, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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