ProSieben Galileo⠀•⠀The World's Biggest Bonfire

In Norway, the town of Alesund continues a Wikings tradition by celebrating the longest day of the year with the biggest bonfire in the world. It takes more than 40 young people and almost 6 months to build a huge tower of wooden crates that is eventually set on fire and creating a massive roaring fire. This year, the 20 year old Alex wants to break the world record by building a 45 meter high tower ... with no use of machines. Galileo Reporter Olcay travels to Alesund to accompany the whole process and finds out if the guys manage to break the world record this year.

TV Show:
TV Channel:
Reporter & Producer:
Olcay Özdemir
Filming Location:
Alesund, Norway
Reached audience:
ca. 1.8 million


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