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26 Cleverly Creative Sculptures Around The World, That Are Beyond Imagination

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S culptures and statues are visually stunning forms of arts. The majority of the statues are either memorials or the statues of the famous people. But besides these, many of the cities are decorated with the masterpieces which beautifully define the height of creativity. Enjoy looking at these breathtaking sculptures and statues around the world. Each of them has a story to tell. Via

1. Expansion by Paige Bradley, US.

1. Expansion by Paige Bradley, US.

Bradley's creations represent figurative bronzes.

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2. Mustangs at Las Colinas, US.

2. Mustangs at Las Colinas, US.
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This bronze sculpture by Robert Glen was built in 1984. Sources say it is the largest equestrian sculpture in the world.

3. Wire Fairy by Fantasy Wire, UK.

3. Wire Fairy by Fantasy Wire, UK.

4. Anonymous Passer-by, Poland.

4. Anonymous Passer-by, Poland.

5. Salmon Sculpture, Portland, US.

5. Salmon Sculpture, Portland, US.

6. People Of The River By Chong Fah Cheong, Singapore.

6. People Of The River By Chong Fah Cheong, Singapore.

Renowned sculptor Chong Fah Cheong is popular for creating figurative sculptures which depict the life of people.

7. The Knotted Gun, Turtle Bay, US.

7. The Knotted Gun, Turtle Bay, US.

The statue advocates for Non-Violence.

8. Freedom Sculpture in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

8. Freedom Sculpture in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Zenos Frudakis's figurative sculpture shows his vision of freedom.

9. The Black Ghost, Lithuania.

9. The Black Ghost, Lithuania.

It is said that the Black Ghost saved the city from famine by warning people to save food in 1595.

The statue is taken as a symbol of luck and wealth.

The statue is taken as a symbol of luck and wealth.

10. Les voyageurs, France.

10. Les voyageurs, France.

Les voyageurs i.e. travelers is a series of surrealist sculptures created by French artist Bruno Catalano. The statue above is the one.

11. Nelson Mandela, South Africa.

11. Nelson Mandela, South Africa.

South African artist Marco Cianfanelli created this sculpture at the site where Mandela was arrested in 1962.

12. De Vaartkapoen, Belgium.

12. De Vaartkapoen, Belgium.

A humorous statue of a policeman being tripped by a man hiding in a sewer manhole.

13. Cattle Drive, US.

13. Cattle Drive, US.

The statues in the Pioneer Plaza were built in the memory of Cattle drives in the 19th century.

14. Spider, Tate Modern, UK.

14. Spider, Tate Modern, UK.

The sculpture was created by Louise Bourgeois in 1999.

15. Hippo Sculptures, Taiwan.

15. Hippo Sculptures, Taiwan.

16. Sinking Building Outside State Library, Australia.

16. Sinking Building Outside State Library, Australia.

17. Iguana Park, The Netherlands.

17. Iguana Park, The Netherlands.

18. Man At Work, Slovakia.

18. Man At Work, Slovakia.

Viktor Hulík created a man peeping out of the manhole.

19. Life-Size Statues, Turkey.

19. Life-Size Statues, Turkey.

A scene from the World War.

20. Man Hanging Out, Czech Republic.

20. Man Hanging Out, Czech Republic.

An amazing art by David Cerny.

21. The Kelpies, UK.

21. The Kelpies, UK.

The 30-metre high horse-head sculptures were designed by Andy Scott.

22. A Day Out, Australia.

22. A Day Out, Australia.

23. The Unknown Official, Iceland.

23. The Unknown Official, Iceland.

24. The Headington Shark, UK.

24. The Headington Shark, UK.

A rooftop sculpture of shark by John Buckley.

25. Politicians Discussing Global Warming, Germany.

25. Politicians Discussing Global Warming, Germany.

A creation by Spanish artist Isaac Cordal.

26. Shoes on the Danube Bank, Hungary.

26. Shoes on the Danube Bank, Hungary.

This was created to honor the Jews who were killed by Arrow Cross Party militiamen in Budapest during WWII.

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