Alabama has a truly fascinating history, and we’re fortunate that much of it is documented in museums, historical sites, and through living history performances. Our state is also home to many unique art exhibits and architectural pieces, including a variety of statues and monuments. While some of Alabama’s statues are historical, many others are whimsical or simply known for their strangeness and massive size. One of Alabama’s most unique statues, which is also quite huge, is the infamous Bamahenge.

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Alabama may not typically be known for its giant roadside attractions, but this landmark is definitely worth checking out! Stroll the beach, enjoy one of Alabama’s ancient mysteries, and enjoy the beauty of Barber Marina. Sounds like a perfect day trip to us!

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This unique display isn’t the only cool art installation in Alabama! Check out “Dinosaurs in the Woods” in Elberta, as well. It’s a a collection of four lifelike dinosaur statues that were also built by Mark Cline. In fact, did you know Elberta is full of unique history? Make a long weekend of exploring everything that this quirky, charming town has to offer. This luxury villa offers infinite reasons to do so.

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