Strange and weird monuments that appears frozen in time

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Monuments just like in the movie Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, seems time frozen. They are like living things that waiting for animation and closely resemble historical figures and abstract ideas from famous sculptures. Monuments are either made of granite, concrete, bronze or granite or combination of the four. They serve different purposes such as symbols to memorialise the departed or additions in landscapes or lawns

Strange and weird monuments that appears frozen in time

In the movie night at the museum, there are living monuments which depict replicas of famous historical and philosophical figures such as "the thinker" the bust of President Theodore Roosevelt, and cherubim with harps. When they went alive by a sort of magic, the living Amelia Earhart and Larrey Daley dealt with them. They happen to pass a mumbling Easter Island statue moai and talking Pres. Roosevelt busts. The cherubim followed the couple and serenaded them with their harpy music. Monuments just like in the movie Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, seems frozen in time. They are like living things that awaiting animation. They resemble historical figures and abstract ideas from famous sculptures.

Monuments are either made of granite, concrete, bronze or granite or combination of the four. They serve different purposes such as symbols to memorialize the departed or additions in landscapes or lawns. As a memorial, they can serve as headstones in the cemetery where they carry inscriptions of the departed. Being a decoration, monuments can carry subtle messages of the sculpture of the builder. Just like a house, monuments can be erected by a monument professional such as monument straightening service Moncton or monument leveling service Halifax. Some of the weird and famous monuments served as memorials and headstones in cemeteries in different locations. The following lists are strange and funny monuments.


1. Upside down monument, Melbourne, Australia – Clearly, this is an upside monument where the base is on top, while the statue of Charles La Trobe is at the bottom. The Victoria's first lieutenant governor aroused criticism and astonishment. Many people asked why it's upside down. The idea is an upside down monument show the universities must turn their ideas on their head.

2. Carhenge replica of Stonehenge near Nebraska, USA. Closely resembling a Stonehenge of England, instead this resembles cars piled on the top of each other and forming a circle.

3. The thinker in Paris, France – Sculpted by August Rodin, the thinker monument depicts a setting nude man in pedestal based from the character in Dante's writing "divine comedy". It symbolizes critical thinking and creativity.

4. Le passé mural from Paris, France – Another statue from the French capital . The Monument shows a man coming out half in a street wall.

5. Pat Tillman statue, University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona –Memorial to the late Pat Tillman, a football player turned US Army soldier and got died from friendly fire in Iraq.

6. Enema Monument from Russian Federation – Dedicated to the medical Procedure of enemas and the health spa, the monument costs $42, 000. It shows Infants holding up an onion like object.

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