The Save the Beach Hotel in Rome is Made from Recycled Rubbish

By: manzil - Published: Jun 6, 2010 • References: dailymail
The Save the Beach hotel is a temporary tourist destination in Rome made completely from debris found in European beaches. The materials used to build the hotel include plastic bags, fishing nets, skateboards, and unwanted clothes. Guests can even see a rocking horse and a mannequin’s leg in one of the walls.

The Save the Beach hotel has no showers, and the lavatories are chemical toilets. Ha Schult, a German artist, is the creator of the temporary recycled hotel. Helena Christensen is among the Save the Beach hotel's celebrity guests. Stats for Temporary Trash Tourism Trending: Older & Warm
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