1.In Rotterdam, there is a beautiful, bronze statue of a lovable dog named Fikkie and his poop.
2.There is a giant Coca Cola logo in Chile that can be seen from space.
3.This "toad tunnel" in Davis, California, that cost $14,000 to build and allows frogs to cross a road without injury.
4.There is a retro Coke machine in Capitol Hill, Seattle that spits out "mystery" cans of soda for 75 cents. It's been there for over three decades, but no one knows who owns it or who stocks it.
5.On Interstate 70, in the state of Colorado, people would frequently steal the green mile-marker that read "420." The Department of Transportation got tired of replacing it, so they converted the sign to read "419.99."
6.After a property dispute between the City of New York and the David Hess estate, and a minor surveying error, a small triangle on the sidewalk was all that remained of the Hess estate.
7.There was a cafe in Spain where you could experience a 7.8 earthquake while enjoying your meal. It was called Disaster Cafe. I mean...just watch:
8.In Salt Lake City, Utah, there is a tombstone belonging to one Lilly E. Gray who died on November 14, 1958. The inscription on the tombstone reads: "VICTIM OF THE BEAST 666."
9.There's a townhouse in Brooklyn Heights that's actually a secret subway entrance.
10.There are secret poems written on sidewalks in Boston, that can only be seen when it rains or when liquid is poured on the lettering.
12.The Orbital Sciences Corporation, a rocket manufacturer in Dulles, Virginia, successfully lobbied to change the name of the street going to their headquarters to "Warp Drive."
13.Two artists created "The Harmonic Bridge" in North Adams, Massachusetts, which is comprised of microphones capturing car and foot traffic under a highway overpass, and playing the sounds out of two concrete-encased speakers. What you hear is the city playing a creepy droning sound:
14.In Tokyo, you can see the head of Godzilla on top of the Toho Building in the Shinjuku Ward. The head towers over the city at 40-feet tall, with glowing red eyes and claws, and occasionally roars every few minutes.
15.And finally, this village in Japan where after a resident dies or moves away, they're replaced with a life-sized doll replica.