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A Look Inside Alaska’s Abandoned Igloo Hotel

by | 8th, May 2014

IN the 1970s, someone thought it a good idea of build an igloo-shaped hotel 20 miles from the town of Cantwell, Alaska Cantwell.

No-one came to stay. The place had no planning permission. It was used for business, though, as a gift shop and garage.

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You can buy it.

Brad Fisher is asking $300,000. Want it? Says Brad:

“If you had the money to get it going, I have no doubt that you could make money there just because of where it is. I mean, everybody stops and looks at it.” 

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Spotter: Sandwich Girl herehere and here



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