Voodoo Doughnut

Voodoo Doughnut (Portland, Oregon)

Tres Shannon and Kenneth “Cat Daddy” Pogson, the owners of Voodoo Doughnut started their doughnut journey in the small Los Angeles suburb of Pico Rivera, California. Upon their return to Portland, the two started building

Carhenge

Carhenge (Alliance, Nebraska)

In the great tradition of replicas of England’s famous Stonehenge, the city of Alliance, Nebraska offers the world Carhenge. Located int eh High Plains region of the United States, this interesting replica uses cars stacked

The Winged Lion

Winged Lion Memorial (Prague, Czech Republic)

Dedicated to the Czechoslovak airmen who served in the Royal Air Force (RAF) during World War II, The Winged Lion Memorial was unveiled on 17 June 2014. designed by the British sculptor Colin Spofforth, the two metre high lion was

Upside Down House

The Upside Down House (Lee Vining, California)

The Upside Down House is a roadside attraction inspired by a series of children’s books. The Upside Down House was also the first man-made attraction with the sole purpose of attracting tourists to the area.

Crooked Forest in Poland

Crooked Forest (Gryfino, Poland)

Planted sometime around 1930, the grove of approximately 400 twisted pine trees known as the Crooked Forest is located near Gryfino, Poland. Each of the pine trees in the Crooked Forest bend just above ground

Peace Bridge

Peace Bridge (Calgary, Alberta)

Designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, Peace Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that accommodates both cyclists and foot traffic across the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta. Most often referred to as the Finger Trap Bridge, because of its uncanny similarity to a finger

Hartland Bridge

The Hartland Bridge (Hartland, New Brunswick)

At 1,282 feet (391m) long, the Hartland Bridge in Hartland, New Brunswick, is the world’s longest covered bridge. Crossing the Saint John River from Somerville to Hartland, the bridge has served the communities since 1901. Before the

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