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An igloo is a type of shelter built of snow, originally built by the Inuit.
Igloo may also refer to:
- The Igloo, a nickname for the Pittsburgh Civic Arena
- Igloo, a module on the Spacelab
- Igloo, a large half-cylindrical building used for industrial purposes, similar to a Nissen hut
Companies and products
- Igloo Products Corporation, an American manufacturer of ice chests
- Igloo Records, a Belgian record label
- Igloo (New Zealand), a pay TV service
- Igloo, a 1932 American documentary film
- "Igloo", a song from the Where the Wild Things Are: Motion Picture Soundtrack
- Igloo or Iggy (1924–1931), the dog which accompanied Richard Evelyn Byrd on his expeditions to the North and South Poles
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