USA Today readers’ top quirky landmarks on Flickr

USA Today readers recently voted on their Top-10 quirky landmark photos, many of which come from Flickr. Here is a selection of the images. A big congratulations to all the winners!

You can see more great images in our recent Quirky Roadside America gallery on Flickr here.

#2. The Longaberger Company’s offices in Newark, Ohio. The building is designed to resemble one of the company’s baskets, the Longaberger Medium Market Basket.

#4. Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox, Bemidji, Minnesota. The statues are one of the most photographed in the U.S. and they are on the National Register of Historic Places.

#5. Fremont Troll, Seattle, Washington. The troll lives under the George Washington Memorial Bridge in Seattle.

Cadillac Ranch
#6. Cadillac Ranch, Amarillo, Texas. The Cadillac art installation was built in 1974. (Photo: Doug Wighton, CC-BY-SA)

#7. Beer Can House, Houston, Texas. “Some people say this is sculpture but I didn’t go to no expensive school to get these crazy notions.” John Milkovisch, creator of the house.

#9. Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman, Alabama. The four-acre grotto contains replicas of many of the most well-known religious sites in the world.

Peach water tower at exit 92, I-85 north at Gaffney, South Carolina - 076B8006
#10. Peachoid, Gaffney, South Carolina. This peach-shaped water tower is located of I-85 in South Carolina. (Photo: Bruce Tuten, CC-BY)