Great masterminds, strange shapes and abstract ideas stand behind the creation of these weird buildings from all over the world. Famous designers and architects managed to breathe life into their wildest fantasies and build similar museums, theaters as well as chic flats in the middle of the great cities of the world or to the suburbs. In order to find out which are the top tourists attractions of various places besides monuments and other cultural curiosities, it would be wise to scan through the 7 strangest buildings of the world with their unique structure and appearance.

The Basket Building (Newark,Ohio)

As the official trademark of the Longaberger Basket Company the Basket House is indeed one of the top tourist attractions of the city. The company that produces handmade baskets aimed to flash their fondness and respect for these practical objects and show off their pride with a no less than $30 million-worth house in the image of a large yellow basket with two 150-ton handles at the top. The building covers a 180,000-square-foot territory and succeeded to become one of the most fabulous and at the same time strange buildings of the world.

Guitar Museum (TN, USA)

The one and only guitar-shaped museum and shop offers the music lovers an out-of-this-world and frantic experience as it hosts some of the rarest and most exquisite instruments from guitars, mandolins, violins, ukuleles as well as banjos and even lap steels. These were collected from various spots of the world and were gathered in this place with three stories and 70 feet long storage space. Step into the realm of music and let yourself be inspired by the iconic figures of country music as well as the relics presented here. 

Erwin Wurm House Attack (Viena, Austria)

Located at the Museum Moderner Kunst (MuMoK) in Vienna the Erik Wurm's “House Attack” is one of the most impressive architectural miracles from Europe and is claimed to have a more deeper meaning than to enchant our visual sense. In fact Erik Wurm is one of the best known conceptual sculptors who aimed to show the fury of people who managed to throw a house to the stubborn and rigid building placed in the center of the town this way protesting against the rise of the concrete blocks and sight-ruining buildings.

Stone House (Guimarães, Portugal)

Portugal offers the perfect scenario for the creation of a similar architectural wonder. The stone house is actually built in the Fate mountains in the northern part of Portugal. 1974 is the year that witnessed the creation of this memorable building that was in fact built between four larger boulders people found in this spot. Ghostly resembling that house of The Flinstones it attracts millions of visitors each year.

Eden project (Cornwall, United Kingdom)

The Eden project is one of the most famous and sought-after conservation projects in the world. The whole biome as it is called is set under one single roof and enlists a large selection of habitats that can be found on Earth. The creation indeed required a £90 million budget and was led by Tim Smit who managed to gather the money from various companies and funds.The whole set covers an area of 1 km and 60 m in height. The fabulous green house managed to show the perfect example for the importance of conservation. Using the latest inventions of technology it is one of the most notable glass-houses in the world expecting millions of people from all over the world. 

Kansas City Public Library (Missouri, US)

Kansas city has the chance to pride itself with the most fabulous and inspiring library located in the center of the town. Indeed aimed to refresh the landscape of the place it chose the most influential books that had a direct influence on the evolution of the city. Moreover the public was also involved in order to decide which of these books are worth being presented in this special manner. This unique architectural design aims to attract more and more people and make the library more appealing. 

Dancing Building (Prague, Czech Republic)

Constructed between 1992-1996 the Dancing House is one of the most modern buildings in the town and aims to pay tribute to the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dancing couple as the architects of the building Frank O Gehry and Vlado Milunc intended. In fact the initial name of the construction had the name of the two world famous dancers. The building hosts a chic restaurant at the top floor, the Celeste Restaurant this way became one of the mostly visited places for tourists. The building is the perfect example for deconstructivist architecture. 

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