Melbourne, May 25 : Inhabitants of the Ukrainian resort town of Truskavets, which is known for its life-preserving mineral springs, will soon tempt fate by drinking in the world's largest coffin.
The 20 metres long, six metres wide, and six metres high coffin will be called 'Eternity' and is the brainchild of a local group of undertakers.
"Thirty cubic metres of pine have been used for the construction,'' The Daily Telegraph quoted Andri, one of those behind the new enterprise.
"Once the bar is fitted out, coffins of a normal dimension will serve as tables. On each of these will be a candle," Andri said.
'It's our director Stepan Pyrianyk who had the idea. He loves his work and reckons the project will bring tourists to Truskavets," Andri added.