Nome, Alaska: World's Largest Gold Pan

Roughly 20 feet in diameter. Next to it stand life-size statues of "The Three Lucky Swedes" who discovered gold in Nome in 1898.
Address:
Bering St., Nome, AK
Directions:
Downtown, in Anvil City Square, on the east side of Bering St. between W. 3rd and W. 4th Aves.
Admission:
Free
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World's Largest Gold Pan

The world's largest gold mining pan is a fun photo-op. Located near the church, just one short block from the Iditarod finish line.

[Wendy, 09/14/2013]

The pan is roughly 20 feet in diameter, dwarfing anyone who stands next to it. The statues represent "The Three Lucky Swedes" who discovered gold in Nome in 1898.

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