Igloo City

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Although popular conception of igloo usage is a bit erroneous, the Inuit did use shelters made from compacted snow and ice. Cantwell's version of this indigenous abode was meant to be a hotel although the dingy building is abandoned. It's not in great condition, appearing to be made from dirty slush than from gleaming newly fallen snow but it is still a curious oddity for urban explorers of this northern wilderness. If you're in the market for property near the Arctic perimeter, the igloo hotel is for sale!