Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE MOST BIZARRE FOOD- AND DRINK-SHAPED STRUCTURES IN THE WORLD


The 54.8 ft (16.7 m) tall Big Pineapple near Summerhill Farm, Bathurst, South Africa
These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants

A Peach-shaped kiosk in Rotary Park on Okanagan Lake, Penticton, British Columbia, Canada


These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants


The 53 ft (16.1 m) tall Pineapple pavilion in Dunmore, Scotland, built in 1761 by John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore as a birthday present for his wife. The pineapple was constructed after Murray's return from America in 1776.

These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants

The Sanrio Strawberry House in Tokyo, Japan

These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants


The 40 ft (12 m) tall Hood Milk Bottle Building in Boston, Massachusetts, built in 1933 by Arthur Ganger, and used as an ice cream parlor on Route 44 in Taunton, Mass. until 1967. It was abandoned for then years, but in 1977 was cut into three pieces, moved to Boston, renovated and it stands in front of Boston Children's Museum since then.

These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants

The 52 ft (16 m) tall Big Pineapple on the Sunshine Coast, South East Queensland, Australia, opened in 1971.
These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants

Twistee Treat ice cream parlors

These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants

Coffe pot and tea pot
These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants

These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants

The National Fisheries Development Board Building in Hyderabad, India,

These Buildings Could Be The Food And Drink Of Giants


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