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Two Teams Tried To Create The Largest Bonfire In The Netherlands On New Year's Eve (9 pics)

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Two Dutch teams from the districts of Scheveningen, in Noorderstrand, and Duindorp, in Zuiderstrand, tried to outdo each other on New Year's Eve by lighting the biggest bonfire the Netherlands has ever seen. The two different districts built massive piles of wood but It was Duindorp's year this time around as they had the bigger bonfire.

1 Two Teams Tried To Create The Largest Bonfire In The Netherlands On New Year's Eve (9 pics)


2 Two Teams Tried To Create The Largest Bonfire In The Netherlands On New Year's Eve (9 pics)


3 Two Teams Tried To Create The Largest Bonfire In The Netherlands On New Year's Eve (9 pics)


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9 Two Teams Tried To Create The Largest Bonfire In The Netherlands On New Year's Eve (9 pics)


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№1 Author: Aindy (6 Jan 2016 06:49) Total user comments: 2863


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What a waste... almost all those pallets looked reusable. I mean yes, they are easy to stack, but its better to use wood thats destined for refuse or something.
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№2 Author: Tomaz86 (6 Jan 2016 15:10) Total user comments: 10832


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Cool.
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№3 Author: styopa (6 Jan 2016 17:27) Total user comments: 1185


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Quote: Aindy
What a waste... almost all those pallets looked reusable. I mean yes, they are easy to stack, but its better to use wood thats destined for refuse or something.

Most pallets aren't re-used; millions of pallets a year are destroyed, because they're not worth shipping anywhere to be used. That's just a fact of life in the freight business. (Plus, those are mostly the sh*tty Euro-standard pallets, which aren't durable enough to stand repeated use safely.) My guess, is that they just asked some local businesses to not dispose of their pallets for a while.

What I'd be more concerned about is that most EU pallets are treated wood, to prevent pests. Let's just say I wouldn't want to be breathing the air downwind of that fire.
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№4 Author: Phynix4 (6 Jan 2016 21:14) Total user comments: 5461


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ok, what ever lights your fire I guess...
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№5 Author: benny (6 Jan 2016 23:17) Total user comments: 665


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Looks fun
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№6 Author: prutzzer (7 Jan 2016 22:17) Total user comments: 5


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Video of the fire and its building 2015/2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnTEIH2tSVY

And

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81eJ9U9X_sg
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