Tourist Attractions Don't Get Any Weirder Than These

July 2, 2014:These seven places may lack traditional tourism attributes, but they manage to draw people in great numbers.

The world is full of strange sights and places that arouse curiosity. Here are seven such places thatmay not fit into the ideal definition of a tourism site, yet they still are abuzz with explorers keen to witness something out of the ordinary. Check them out:

Strangest Tourist

Preikestolenis a steep cliff in Norway where people just go to sit and do nothing.


Karni Mata Temple
Strangest Tourist

We've heard of the holy cow, but there is a temple in India that is home to 20,000 holy rats. Yes, thiscould happen only in India.


Island of Dolls

Strangest Tourist

In the outskirts of Mexico City lies a site that has hundreds of dolls hanging from the trees for decades. A man named Don Julian Santana is believed to have collected and hung them there in the 50s.


Giant Gundam Robot
Strangest Tourist

The Gundam robot stands guard outside the DiverCity Tokyo Plaza complex. With a moving head and lights shining out from 50 spots on its body, this 35 ton giant robot is gaining popularity among tourists.


Avanos Hair Museum
Strangest Tourist

The Avanos hair museum in Turkey contains hair samples, names and address from more than 16,000 women from all around the world.


Bubblegum Alley
Strangest Tourist

Bubblegum Alley in San Luis Obispo, California is a unique landmark boats an unbelievable amount of chewed bubble gum struck to a long line of alley walls.


Upside Down House in China
Strangest Tourist

Chinese city of Fengjing Ancient Town is home to this bizarre upside down house that has been specially constructed to attract tourists.

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