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The Seven Wonder Bottles in the World

HereÂ’s a list of the largest bottles in the world. These bottles are primary tourist attractions in the place where they are located

Here’s a list of the largest bottles in the world. These bottles are primary tourist attractions in the place where they are located. These gigantic bottles are located in Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America.

The Big Lemon and Paeroa Bottle

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The Big Lemon and Paeroa Bottle is a mammoth replica of an L&P soft drink bottle. It is located in Paeroa and one of the town’s primary attractions. Paeroa is a small town located in the northern Walkato region of the Thames Valley in New Zealand. The town is notable for its mineral springs which provide the water used in the production of L&P or Lemon and Paeroa soft drink.

The Big Catsup Bottle

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The Big Catsup Bottle is a water tower located in Collinsville, Illinois in the US. The structure is regarded as “The World's Largest Ketchup Bottle”. Collinsville, which is famous for the gigantic ketchup bottle, is a city located mainly in Madison County. The city is also known as “the horseradish capita of the world”.

The Big Church Block Bottle

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The Big Church Block Bottle is a gigantic replica of Wirra Wirra Church Block wine bottle. This 10 meter tall bottle is named Our Work of Art. It was built to launch the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival in March 2010 and was displayed at Southbank, Melbourne in Australia. This bottle which was made of corks was relocated in April 2010 at the Wirra Wirra vineyard in McLaren Vale, South Australia.

The Big Rum Bottle

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The Big Rum Bottle is a 6 meters high and 1 meter wide resemblance of a Bundaberg Rum bottle. It is located in Bundaberg City, Queensland, Australia. The huge bottle is a tourist attraction in the city that lies on the Burnett River.

The Big Stubby

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The Big Stubby is a very large bottle located in Larrimah, a small hamlet in the Northern Territory of Australia. The Big Stubby is accompanied by a panther sitting on a chair. The structure is an attraction for tourist in the area.

The Big Wine Bottle

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The Big Wine Bottle is giant replica of a wine bottle with a height of 7 meters with a width of 1.5 meters. It is located in Pokolbin at the Hunter Valley Gardens. The bottle is uniquely designed that the neck forms a chimney for an open fire contained within. Pokolbin, which is Lower Hunter Valley wine region’s center, is a rural area in New South Wales, Australia.

The Giant Milk Bottle

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The Giant Milk Bottle is a very large replica of a milk bottle named Benewah Milk Bottle. It was constructed in 1935 and can be found in Spokane, Washington in the US. This iconic landmark is listed on the national Register of Historic Places.

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The World’s Biggest Worm and Insects

World’s Largest Machines Ever Built

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World’s Most Impressive Roadside Attractions

Massive Machines: Not the Usual Vehicles You See Everyday

 

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Comments (5)

good article

I like the 'Big Wine Bottle' in Australia... he he, sana lang maylaman yun :P

Another interesting and informative trivia article. The photos are great and they made the article a success. Liked. Tweeted. Buzzed Up.

Those sure are the biggest bottles I've ever laid eyes on. :) Wonder whether there's any water in any of them? Stumbled!

cool! great fun...thanks!

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