Fun fact: According to snowman scholar Bob Eckstein, who traveled the world searching for obscure mentions of snowmen in ancient documents and later wrote The History of the Snowman, Brussels, Belgium was home to a sprawling installation of perverted snow art in the 16th century. Dubbed the “Miracle of 1511,” Belgians populated public and private land with more than 100 snowmen in various acts of lewd behavior, which the citizens found uproarious. The figures were a kind of three-dimensional political cartoon, commenting on the lopsided class system of the era. A spring thaw melted their satirical creations, but the boost in morale helped residents in their fight against class separation.
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