St. Claude, Manitoba, Canada: World's Largest Tobacco Pipe

19-ft long smoking pipe pays tribute to the town's namesake in France, where pipe manufacturing was the main industry.

Address:
1st St., St. Claude, MB, Canada
Directions:
In a small park on 1st street.
Admission:
Free.
RA Rates:
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World's Largest Tobacco Pipe

Was constructed in commemoration of early settlers who came from Saint-Claude, France, where the main industry was the manufacture of smoking pipes. This smoking pipe is 19 feet long and 5 feet high, and weighs just over 400 pounds.

[Bradley Anderson, 05/03/2010]

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