A group of Eskimo enthusiasts believe they broke a world record after building a massive igloo village on a frozen lake.
Even the Swiss media is calling their achievement a new world record.
The 200 person strong team from Canton Obwalden took 12 hours to build 100 igloos on the Melch Lake.
The team led by Lars Kienitz made a village 200 feet wide and boasts a snow church and a central piazza. Another feature of the individual igloos are kitchens, a fireplace and ice sofas.