ÅLESUND, Norway – People in Norway are celebrating after breaking the record for the world's tallest bonfire.
People in the Alesund built the record-breaking 155-and-a-half foot tall bonfire for their traditional Summer Solstice Festival.
They made it out of more than 30,000 pieces of wood stacked and nailed together.
It was built on an artificial island and shaped like a pyramid.
Once it was lit, it burned through the whole night.