50 Seriously Amazing And Weird Places You Never Knew Existed

By Sarah Norman | November 16, 2023

The Mysterious Stonehenge as Seen in 1867

If the human imagination can dream it, architects and builders can construct it! From the humble to the extravagant, there is no limit to the uniqueness and creativity of buildings found around the world. In this collection of photographs, we explore some of the coolest, strangest, and most spectacular architecture in the world.

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Even in 1867, the strange stone monoliths on England’s Salisbury Plain, attracted visitors. Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument, consists of a ring of giant boulders standing about 13 feet high and weighing approximately 25 tons. Although researchers and archaeologists have learned much about Stonehenge since this photograph was taken, there are still more questions than answers. Why was the monument erected? How were the stones quarried and transported? How long did it take to built Stonehenge? 

Brains For Sale? Not Really, but Their Brain Sandwich was Delicious, St. Louis 1978

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It was a running joke among residents of St. Louis that, if they did something stupid, someone would hand them a quarter and tell them to go to Choteau Avenue to pick up a brain. This sign didn’t point to a restaurant for zombies, but it did serve a delicious brain sandwich that patrons seemed to love. This photograph was taken in the 1970s. Since then, this building has been torn down and a hospital stands at the site today. No idea if that hospital specializes in brain surgery!