People December 12, 2016 Share 24 Tweet Share 0 Many cities across the globe have unique statutes and structures that makes them world famous. These statues and sculptures are scattered across different countries and cities all across the globe. Some of these statues and sculptures are so intriguing and striking that they have become tourist centers attracting many visitors from far and near. Let’s take a look at 10 of the most incredible statues: #1. The Monument Of An Anonymous Passerby, Wroclaw, Poland This statue signifies all of the souls lost, imprisoned, or otherwise harmed by the oppressive Communist regime that existed in Poland for many years. #2. Expansion, New York, USA As light creeps out of the cracks of this statue’s body, a world of messages are portrayed by artist Paige Bradley. All of the pieces are cast in bronze and made to float separately from one another #3. Break Through From Your Mold, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA When Zenos Frudakis created this statue he strived to depict an image that all of mankind could relate to. After all, we are all struggling to break free from the molds that bind us. #4. People Of The River, Singapore Known as one of the most creative statues in the world, this sculpture literally looks as if children are jumping into the river. Chong Fah Cheong says of his work, “My involvement in creative work pursuits, in particular, sculpture, is a state of mind. It is a consciousness, an acute awareness of my existence, made up of limitless variables and possibilities.” #5. De Vaartkapoen, Brussels, Belgium This Tom Frantzen sculpture is adored by the people of Belgium, it represents someone rising up from the sewers to offset the foot of a passing police officer. Uniquely portraying the struggles of power. #6. Salmon Sculpture, Portland, Oregon, USA Look for the Salmon on Salmon Street! This funky fish statue is ranked #32 out of 676 Portland attractions—making this fish with terrible aim one popular gilled dude! #7. Cattle Drive, Dallas, Texas, USA Located in Downtown Dallas this bronze cattle statue tells stories about the pioneer days. Featuring a gang of cattle being rounded up by longhorn steers and 3 horse-riding cowboys. #8. Black Ghost, Klaipeda, Lithuania Don’t be alarmed by the menacing statue emerging from the water. Instead see this ghostly creation as a symbolic treasure representing Klaipeda, the oldest city in Lithuania. #9. The Shark, Oxford, UK If houses were built out in the middle of the ocean, perhaps some high-flying sharks would actually crash into roofs here and there. Or, you could just move to Oxford, UK where local radio presenter, Bill Heine, has lived with a giant shark crashing into the top of his roof since 1986. #10. Portray Scene From The World War, Eceabat, Turkey War is not pretty but it must never be forgotten. This life-size scene helps solidify the horrors of war, memorializing all who died from related tragedies.