1 Colossus, ItalyColossus is one of the worlds famous sculptures built by Italian sculptor Giambologna. This 16th century statue is 35 feet tall and stands over the ground of the Villa di Pratolino in Florence, Italy. Giambologna built the statue, named Appennino, as a symbol of Italy’s rugged Appenine mountains. Another interesting thing about this statue is that it hides several rooms with different functions that made this colossus come to life
2 Forever Marilyn, CaliforniaDesigned by Seward Johnson 'Forever Marilyn' is a 26-foot tall(7.9 m) Marilyn Monroe sculpture manufactured of painted stainless steel and aluminium. This 34,000-pound (15,000 kg) sculpture is a representative of one of the most famous images of Monroe, taken from 1955 film The Seven Year Itch. It now stands in Palm Springs, California after being moved from Chicago.