10 Weird Sculptures That Take ‘WTH’ To A Whole New Level.

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The Headington Shark in Headington, Oxford, England.

Although travelling can be expensive, you cannot put a price tag on the experience to explore new countries, cultures, and people. Part of being a tourist means you will see landscapes and structures that will take your breath away.

Each city comes with its own stamp of uniqueness. There is a beauty, charm, and historical background that speaks volumes through its architecture. For the most part, you will be left speechless at the wonder of the human mind and engineering capabilities. Other times, you will be surprised and shocked at what you see.

Take a look at some of the wackiest monuments across the globe. Who knows, if this type of artwork is just your thing, it will help you decide where your next destination will be.

The Headington Shark was unveiled on the 41st anniversary of the Nagasaki atomic bomb dropping. The sculpture was made by artist John Buckley at the request of radio presenter Bill Heine. "The shark was to express someone feeling totally impotent and ripping a hole in their roof out of a sense of impotence and anger and desperation," he said.

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