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World’s Largest Coca-Cola Logo

Wednesday, 14th November 2007 by

In northern Chile, in the desert near Arica, we couldn’t possibly miss The World’s Largest Coca-Cola logo. At 50m tall and 120m wide, this really is a massive Coke advert. Even better though, it’s actually made from 70,000 empty Coke bottles! Underneath it reads “100 años” (meaning “100 years”), as it was made to celebrate the company’s 100th anniversary, and I imagine there won’t be any competition for the title…

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