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Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Maine
While in Maine, you might enjoy a visit to:
A life-size moose, sculpted in solid chocolate -- and that's a lot of chocolate -- stands in an ice cream parlor.
Colonel Buck burned a witch and her leg rolled out of the bonfire. When he later died, a mysterious leg stain appeared on his tombstone, and won't come off! Or not.
The World's Tallest (and skinniest) Indian towers over everything in downtown Skowhegan, or he used to, before the trees around him got so tall.
Battleship bling dredged up from its 1898 sinking in Havana Harbor. Displayed on a life-size replica of the doomed ship's bow.
The mighty woodsman from... Bangor, Maine? Bangor's Bunyan statue stands head and shoulders above most others.
An impressive, giant Earth globe that slowly rotates in the lobby of DeLorme, a map software company.
A former farm and now a wasteland, with real sand dunes that have swallowed buildings. Take the tram tour and visit the Sand Museum.
A statue prominently placed to attract Route 1 travelers. Red and shiny, as if it had just been boiled in a big pot.
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