When you think of Italy, you probably think of great cities like Rome and Venice, or perhaps the Leaning Tower of Pisa, or even Pompeii. Recently, Rome became quite well known for another thing: the world’s first garbage hotel. Designed by German artist, H.A. Shult, the hotel was built to highlight the issue of garbage along Europe’s beaches. In fact, it’s actually made entirely from 12 metric tons of garbage collected from Europe’s beaches. Well, actually, part of that is a lie. The structure was actually made in a German factory—including the garbage wall panels. However, the 12 metric tons…
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