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At Brightside, wewant to share 12 out-of-this-world attractions with you that might change the way you view the world.


1. A 500-foot-high bridge in China
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If you’re seeking more thrills and adventure in your life, this sky bridge is definitely for you. Located in Chongqing, China, this bridge scares thousands of tourists every year. Every person walks at an altitude of 500 feet, so obviously they are all protected by insurance. Be careful with your shoes though! If you lose them, insurance doesn’t cover it.


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2. Tianzi Garden Hotel, China
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This truly magnificent image isn’t just another Chinese statue. No, this is the Son of Heaven Hotel ocated in Langfang, China.

The design of this fantastic building is an exact copy of the 3 Chinese Gods of luck — Fu, Lu, and Shaw, all of which are made out of Chinese porcelain. God Fu, the central figure in the red dress, symbolizes happiness and luck, Lou, standing to the right in the green dress is responsible for prosperity and wealth, and the last God, Shaw, is a symbol of health and longevity.


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3. Haw Par Villa Gardens, Singapore

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Don’t worry, this is not a cursed image, but merely an entrance to a theme park called Haw Par Villa Gardens located in Singapore. There are more than 1,000 statues and dioramas here, amongst which sits this gigantic mask of Bao Zheng, or Justice Bao, protecting the park.


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4. CN Tower, Canada
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The view from the CN Tower in Ontario, Canada is purely breathtaking. It was the highest free-standing building in the world from 1976 to 2007 with a height of 553.33 meters and is a symbol of the city.

If you love to have adrenaline flowing through your veins, don’t skip out on going up to the highest point of the CN Tower. We can promise that it will leave you breathless.


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5. Cube Houses in The Netherlands


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Would you like to completely change your idea of what a house is? Then you must visit the Cube Houses. Famous architect, Pete Blom designed these original houses in Rotterdam, The Netherlands in 1984 and thanks to their bright and unique design, they became known all over the world in a short period of time.


What is so peculiar about these structures according to thousands of fans? The secret to the Dutch architect’s success is the angle of the hexagon that he uses, letting the cubes turn at about 45 degrees.


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6. Device to Root Out Evil, Mallorca
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Continuing with the theme of weird and fantastical houses, here is the most famous work of the innovative conceptual artist, Dennis Oppenheim, which was first presented at the Venice Biennale in 1997. Device to Root Out Evil is an 8-meter village church built like a New England home, plunging into the ground by a spire.


It is quite a controversial sculpture, and it has traveled around a lot. Today, it’s situated in the Plaza de la Puerta de Santa Catalina in Palma, Mallorca.


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7. Carhenge, USA

If you’re a longtime fan of both weird structures and vintage cars, then this next statue is for you.


Carhenge is a copy of Stonehenge, located in Nebraska, USA. It is drastically different from the original since instead of being made with megalith stones, it’s made of old American cars that are painted gray. Carhenge was built by Jim Reynders during the solstice of 1987.



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