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IN Weird ON 28 Jun, 2015
When hunger nags our stomach or our mouth starts watering because of the fragrance of burger and fries. When it's a birthday party or any celebration, we love to go to McDonald's. But, when you will come to know about these McDonald's outlets that are established in unusual locations like museums, abandoned buildings and houses, you will even love it more to visit here. Not only the taste of the burger but also the structure of these McDonald's will drag you till here.
This is only McDonald's outlet in Cuba and accessible to the base's staff. It is the center of World's most dangerous terrorists. One might go there in extreme hunger and when it would be the last option for food.
This building was built in the 19th century, McDonald's shifted in this Tudor style building in 1997.
The fast food outlet is designed in the shape of a spaceship. This McDonald's is out of this world. It got famous in 1947 after a UFO CRSH landed here.
This McDonald's outlet was started in the house in 1850. It is owned by a sea captain. You can enjoy cosy lunch with your friends and family with a grand fireplace.
In 1930, this building was once a hotel in Melbourne.
This McDonald's is beautifully decorated with neon lights that glow at night and have a retro dining room. This McDonald's restaurant is worldwide popular for its unusual design.
This enormous building was formerly a bank that dispense money and loans but now burgers, fries and chips.
It seems like an abandoned building located in the ghost town. And the other thing is the green color logo that is making the place seemingly weird. But, this McDonald is based on the green and orange theme that makes this outlet barely recognizable.
The luxurious building was abandoned and got demolished. Then, the fast food company bought it in 1985. The restaurant is successfully running here.
This time McDonald's will give us the feeling of having street foods near the stall. Well, it would be nice having delicious burgers with cock, ketchup and fries under the shade of red McDonald's umbrella.