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Cutknife, Saskatchewan, Canada: World's Largest Tomahawk

A 36-foot-long tomahawk atop a concrete teepee, built in 1971 to remember some treaties with local Indians signed a hundred years earlier.

Hwy. 40, Cutknife, SK, Canada
Tomahawk Park, southwest side of town.
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World's Largest Tomahawk

It's 54 feet long, almost 40 ft. high, weighs 8 tons, and is cantilevered through the top of a giant 30 ft. tall concrete teepee. The tomahawk handle is an actual fir tree and the ax head is fiberglass.

It was created in 1971 during Saskatchewan's "Homecoming" commemoration of Indian treaties signed in 1871.

[ Team, 10/24/2007]

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