Our planet is full of monuments created to commemorate a person or important event, each representing an epoch, an area, a belief, a culture, a country, or simply as an example of historic architecture. Take a look at these 10 odd and marvelous monuments.
1. Underwater Gallery, Grenada
This is the world’s first underwater sculpture park, created by sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor, in 2006. With over 18 years of diving experience, Taylor is also an award winning underwater photographer. His art is a paradox of creation, constructed to be assimilated and transformed by the ocean. Gallery contains a series of human figures in various groupings and settings and it is accessible only to divers.