You know the most popular tourist attractions

The Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower, Pisa Tender Tower. But it’s a safe bet you’ve never heard of them: interesting, weird, fun or frustrating: They may be weird, but worth the garage door!

Pouss de la Defense in Paris

This work presents 12 meters in height in La Defense, the business district of Paris. This magnificent sculpture by artist Kesar Baldacachini is called Le Pousse and is undoubtedly one of the most wonderful and unusual works in the world. The sculptor has become known for breeding large objects of life’s small objects; In this case, the thumb is not the most bizarre in its exact replica, the enormous thumb built in 1965, but no one seems to really understand the meaning of the work.

Mallinare underwater sculpture park in the Caribbean

What you probably didn’t know was that a submerged sculpture garden was a necessity for our planet. The first of its kind was created in 2006 by Jason de Kires Taylor. The British sculptor created a cast of concrete from real people to create a world of drowning near the Grenada coast of the Caribbean. The most well-known work is the representation of people holding hands in a circle. You can see this strange park in the bottom of the transparent with a freediver and boat.

The inverted statue of Charles La Trobe in Melbourne

In many ways, this statue is a faithful representation of Charles La Trobe, Australia’s first lieutenant-governor, unless it is installed upside down. Why is that? Australian sculptor Charles Robb explains what makes this piece, located at Melbourne’s La Trobe University, memorable. However, many spectators and locals believe this is a disrespect to Charles La Trobe’s memory.

The Georgia Guidestones granite monument in Elberton, Georgia

The Georgia Guidestones monument is located at the highest point in Elbert County, Elberton, Georgia. The star-shaped granite blocks carry an engraved message containing the rules to be followed by humans after the apocalypse in order to restore humanity. The inscriptions are in four ancient languages: ancient Greek, Babylonian, Egyptian hieroglyphs and Sanskrit. This monument was erected in 1980 at the request of an anonymous group. The message is about the following concepts: The need to keep the human population under 500 million, the unification of humanity through the establishment of a new language and a new order of spiritual values. Yoko Ono is one of the followers of this particular landmark in the United States.

The desert hand, Chile

In the Atacam desert in Chile, a huge hand appears to emerge from the sand. As you approach, the hand grows as if a gigantic character is trying to pull himself out of the sand. Created by the Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrazabal, this hand is literally in the middle of nowhere. If you have the opportunity to visit the Chilean desert, you will appreciate the very successful impact of the work.

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