Check These Embarrassing Landmark From Every Single State

A park named after a penis euphemism. A big toilet that you can fit your entire family into. Today we’re talking about a building that looks like the male anatomy, nuns, and a giant toilet you can throw your family into.

Alabama

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Boll Weevil Monument
Hailing the beetle as a “herald of prosperity,” it stands as the world’s first monument built to honour an agricultural pest.

Alaska

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The World’s Largest Santa 
The world largest Santa 42-feet tall and it’s not in North pole you’re thinking of.

Arizona

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The Thing (Benson)
This is mummified mother and child, is believed to have been made by exhibit creator Homer Tate for sideshows.

Arkansas

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Popeye (Alma)
Alma has proclaimed itself “Spinach Capital of the World,” so it’s no wonder they have a thing for the big guy.

California

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International Banana Museum (Mecca)
They have over 20,000 banana related items to marvel at.

Colorado

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Blucifer, The Creepiest Horse in the World
ehold a 32-foot, 9,000-pound, electric blue, anatomically correct fiberglass sculpture of a rearing horse situated along Peña Boulevard, the main road to the airport.

Connecticut

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Cushing Brain Collection
Hundreds of gently lit jars holding tumor-ridden brains line the walls of the Cushing Brain Collection, assembled by the pioneering neurosurgeon Harvey Cushing in the early 20th century.

Delaware

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Miles the Monster (Dover)
The high-banked concrete oval at Dover International Speedway is known as “The Monster Mile,” so it make sense that its management would build a giant monster as its mascot.

Florida

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World’s Largest Chicken Wing (Madeira Beach)
A half-ton chicken wing hangs from a fishing hook on a 14-foot-tall crossbeam, over buckets of mild, medium, and hot sauces.

Georgia

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Jimmy Carter Peanut Statue (Plains)
13 feet tall, it was made by three Indiana residents for a 1976 political visit to Evanston by Jimmy Carter.

Hawaii

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Kalaupapa Leper Colony (Kalaupapa)
Just 16 leprosy patients remain at Kalaupapa, a remote community on the Hawaiian island of Moloka’i that has housed thousands of lepers since the 19th century.

Idaho

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Dog Bark Inn (Cottonwood) 
The hotel, which is located in north central Idaho, is a two-bedroom B&B which also features dog-themed contents.

Illinois

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Christian Science Society (Dixon)
If you couldn’t tell, this is a church that looks like a penis from the sky.

Indiana

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World’s Biggest Crapper (Columbus) 
It’s actually housed in a children’s museum, and guests can well, take a load off…and take a few quirky pictures.

Iowa

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Hobo Museum (Britt) 
A museum dedicated to the hobo life and the National Hobo Convention held in Britt each year. I imagine the dress code is casual.


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