Toy Soldiers in Toronto

Toy Soldiers (Toronto, Ontario)

The Monument to the War of 1812, or as it’s more commonly known, Toy Soldiers, is a large public sculpture in Toronto, Ontario. Situated in the CityPlace neighborhood adjacent to Fort York, Toy Soldiers was

UFO Landing Pad

UFO Landing Pad (St. Paul, Alberta)

Located in the center of the northeast region of Alberta, the St. Paul town motto “A People Kind of Place!” seems strangely out of tune with the fact that they have the Official World’s First

The Old Fresno Water Tower

Old Fresno Water Tower (Fresno, California)

Completed in November of 1894, the Old Fresno Water Tower, designed by Chicago architect George Washington Maher is a historic water tower listed on the National Register of Historic Places. One of Fresno’s most distinctive

World's Largest Beaver

World’s Largest Beaver (Beaverlodge, Alberta)

In July 2004, the northwestern Alberta town of Beaverlodge unveiled a three-meter high beaver, known unimaginatively as the Beaverlodge Beaver, to mark its 75th anniversary. Located just off of Highway 43 in a small park

Dinosaurland (Vernal, Utah)

The small city of Vernal, Utah, roughly 175 miles (280 km) east of Salt Lake City is known its beautiful scenery but offers a more interesting attraction to those whose interests lie in the strange

The Republic of Kugelmugel

The Republic of Kugelmugel (Vienna, Austria)

The micronation of the Republic of Kugelmugel is located entirely within the city of Vienna, Austria. The tiny Republic that declared its independence in 1976 is so small that it’s actually entirely within the Prater,

Plains Train Depot

The Plains Train Depot (Plains, Georgia)

The Plains Train Depot, more commonly just known as the Plains Depot is the oldest building in Plains, Georgia and served the community of Plains as a freight and passenger depot until 1951 when passenger

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