I bet you've noticed that almost every city has its own creative sculptures or statues, usually tucked along streets or city squares.  Some of them are pretty ordinary, but others... Others can be extremely eye-catching and conversation-provoking.


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To save you some trips across the world, Bored Panda has put together a list of the most creative sculptures and statues found throughout the globe. Some are old, some are new, but they're all super creative and awe-inspiring. Take a look below and don't forget to vote for your favorites.

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#1 Expansion By Paige Bradley, New York, Usa

Expansion By Paige Bradley, New York, Usa

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Yvonne Bernal 1 week ago

Electrifying

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#2 Dramatic Fairy Sculpture Dancing With Dandelion By Robin Wight, Uk

Dramatic Fairy Sculpture Dancing With Dandelion By Robin Wight, Uk

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Yvonne Bernal 1 week ago

The answer is blowing in the wind

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#3 Colossus, Florence, Italy

Colossus, Florence, Italy

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marie battisti 3 months ago

He is the god of the mountains, and is named Appennino. He was made in the 1500s by Italian sculptor Giambologna as a symbol of Italy’s rugged Appenine mountains.

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#4 Inner Children Trapped Inside Adult Bodies By Alexander Milov

Inner Children Trapped Inside Adult Bodies By Alexander Milov

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Сашка Бес 3 months ago

this work named " Love " by Alexander Milov, an artist from Odessa, Ukraine

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#5 The Force Of Nature By Lorenzo Quinn

The Force Of Nature By Lorenzo Quinn

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Amanda Panda 3 months ago

I see it as Mother Nature trying to take back her planet.

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#6 Mustangs By Robert Glen, Las Colinas, Texas, Usa

Mustangs By Robert Glen, Las Colinas, Texas, Usa

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Griselle Lugo 3 months ago

They look so unbelievably real!

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#7 Black Ghost, Klaipeda, Lithuania

Black Ghost, Klaipeda, Lithuania

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Junebug 3 months ago

Reminds me of the ringwraiths from LOTR

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#8 The Caring Hand, Glarus, Switzerland

The Caring Hand, Glarus, Switzerland

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#9 Break Through From Your Mold By Zenos Frudakis, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Usa

Break Through From Your Mold By Zenos Frudakis, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Usa

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Moi Ra 3 months ago

Reminds me of this one by my mother, Ursula Focke, in Goslar / Germany ... :)

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#10 Mihai Eminescu, Onesti, Romania

Mihai Eminescu, Onesti, Romania

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Griselle Lugo 3 months ago

So simple and yet so beautiful!

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#11 The Rain Man By Jean-michel Folon, Italy

The Rain Man By Jean-michel Folon, Italy

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omek1982 3 months ago

pass by this at least 2 times a day, few times during winter, water did freeze with nice and unique effects each time

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#12 Diminish And Ascend By David Mccracken, Bondi, Australia

Diminish And Ascend By David Mccracken, Bondi, Australia

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Caroline Myklebust 3 months ago

It's a optical illusion ^^ The stairs are just made smaller, like a thorn.

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#13 Popped Up By Ervin Loránth Hervé, Budapest, Hungary

Popped Up By Ervin Loránth Hervé, Budapest, Hungary

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Amanda Panda 3 months ago

When you try to sleep in on a Saturday, but the kids won't let you

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#14 Viccisitudes By Jason Decaires Taylor, Grenada, Vest Indies

Viccisitudes By Jason Decaires Taylor, Grenada, Vest Indies

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Vermilion 3 months ago

These statues were created as a foundation for new coral reef to grow on, and eventually cover up.

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#15 Raindrop By Nazar Bilyk, Ukraine

Raindrop By Nazar Bilyk, Ukraine

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