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									The above building is known as the binocular building. It is located on Main Street in Venice, California, and is home to the Chiat/Day/Mojo Advertising Agency. It was built in 1991.

This large saucer structure, propped up on four legs and standing a story off the ground, offers all the conveniences of modern living to its starry eyed owners. It is located on Signal Mountain in Tennessee.

This building is home to the Bondurant Pharmacy.

It was built in 1975 and is located in Lexington, Kentuky.

Lucy is the world's largest elephant and is designated a National Historic Landmark. James V. Lafferty built Lucy in 1881. She stands 6 stories high and weighs 90 tons! She served as a hotel and then a tavern. Today visitors can tour Lucy's innards and visit her gift shop. Margate City, New Jersey is home to Lucy the elephant.

North Carolina is famous for the manufacturing of fine furniture. This building is located in High Point, North Carolina and was built in the 1920's. It now serves as offices for the High Point Jaycees. By the way, the sock hanging out of the drawer is six feet long.

Anyone for a picnic? This huge basket building in Licking County, Ohio, is home to the offices of Longaberger Basket Company.

The building in Point Pleasant, WV. On the first look it is not so unusual, but the owners wanted windows and trees. What to do? Just paint them on.

Suffolk County, New York, is home to the Duck House. It was built in 1931 by duck farmer Martin Mauer in hopes of promoting the sale of their Peking ducks. The duck farm is long gone and land developers wanted to build homes on the site so the Duck House was moved to Suffolk County.

You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! Anyone wanting an ice cream cone in Perry, Michigan, shouldn’t have any trouble finding this building.


								
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