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Largest Cardboard Fort

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Provo, Utah, United States / March 29, 2013

Bill Rudy and students from Brigham Young University built a cardboard box fort made of 1,655 boxes. Aside from building the fort, there were also painted pictures throughout the castle. They set the record to support and promote recycling.

- fort must be composed primarily of cardboard boxes
- tape and other adhesives permitted
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


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