When people speak about beautiful sculptures in the world, only a few museums evoke in the minds of the people. However, in some parks, small or giant sculptures have been made that have high artistic value and attract many enthusiasts. These statues and sculptures around the world are numerous, however, here we introduce a few unique ones here.
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Hand Sculptures in Sun Cruise Resort
At the Sun Cruise Resort in South Korea, tourists can enjoy a cruise on land. In a life-size ship-shaped hotel on a cliff overlooking the sea, you can find some beautiful sculptures in Jeongdongjin Sculpture Park. The iconic work of art in this place is a pair of giant hands famous as Blissful Hands, which face the sea and surround the sun every sundown.
Cancún Underwater Museum
if you try diving in Mexico and more specifically Cancún, you will see the museum park of 450 life-size permanent sculptures made by Jason Taylor. This underwater park has created a rocky structure that is also suitable for coral life and attracts divers to this place.
Man Attacked by Babies in Norway
Norway offers tourists the largest park sculpture in the world, built by just one person. Named the “Man Attacked by Babies”, the statue is one of Norway’s most important tourist attractions and was built in Oslo’s Vigeland Park.
Faces in Great Stone Face Sculpture Park
In the park of large stone sculptures in South Korea, you can see the statue of the most famous and also the most infamous human beings in the world. Located a short distance from Seoul, the park is full of human sculptures. From Fidel Castro to Abraham Lincoln to divine prophets like Christ. The park’s founder says he has created a place to honor the memory of the world’s greatest political leaders, writers, scientists, philosophers and artists from 180 countries.
World Wonders in Parque Jaime Duque
Columbia’s Parque Jaime Duque is a symbol of the country’s global and national culture. This park is named after the Colombian pilot who opened the international route to the country. Also, the park allows you to see a magnificent replica of Columbia, a magnificent map of Colombia, as well as a view of other wonders. Explore the seven worlds, symbols of Dante’s divine comedy, and a museum of 700 sculptures. These statues tell the story of humanity, and tourists can have a panoramic view of all these statues with the train that goes around the park.