Icehenge was a structure built by five friends on Rock Lake in Lake Mills, Wisconsin in January of 2015. They constructed it by cutting out sections of the lake’s ice as the pillars, weighing about 300 pounds each, with a large ice cutting saw. Then they cut sections of the ice weighing around 200 pounds and lifted them on top of the pillars. A mix of snow and water was used as mortar to keep the pieces together.
- Shape: Rectangular
- Number of pieces: 500 pieces
- Dimensions: 24″ x 18″ (609.6mm x 457.2mm)