of the Most Unusual Landmarks on the Planet
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From the Colosseum to the Empire State Building and the Taj Mahal, global landmarks are enduring symbols of art, history, and innovation. They pique our curiosity and inspire us to travel to new destinations. But apart from these well-known sites, sometimes on our travels we encounter unusual buildings that make us stop in our tracks, contemplate the motives of their creators, and ask, “Why?” Read on to discover 15 of the most unusual landmarks in the world, from a church that resembles the glass slipper of a giant Cinderella to a jaw-dropping temple scaled by a 17-story dragon sculpture.