Turtles sculptures – buildings

Chittagong, Bangladesh
There is a sculpture-building in the shape of a turtle in Chittagong, Bangladesh, its official name is “Cosmic Turtle Visiting Green Earth”. This installation is dedicated to increasing people’s awareness of turtles and their declining population, inside you can find knowledge about the importance of turtles in cultures from all over the world.
Sources: lazypenguins.com, departmag.com

Hebei, China
In the Xiong’an New Area in the Baoding area of Hebei, China, next to Hebei lake is a huge turtle-shaped building.
Sources: chinaplus.cri.cn, shanghaiist.com

Pingshan County, China
There is a large turtle-shaped building in Pingshan County, China.
Sources: medium.com, tripadvisor.co.uk

Thekkady, India
There is a turtle-shaped coffee shop at Periyar National Park in Thekkady, India.
Source: tripadvisor.com.sg

Hyderabad, India
In a botanical garden in Hyderabad, India, one of the buildings is turtle-shaped.
Sources: mapio.net, closetonature.wordpress.com

Kolhapur, India
In Kolhapur, India, there is the Chile Maharaj temple complex, the central building is turtle-shaped.
Sources: youtube.com, beriae.com, sonaltravels.blogspot.com

Ubud, Indonesia
In the city of Ubud, on the island of Bali, Indonesia there is a Green School where you can find the turtle-like classroom.
Sources: ibuku.com, liveloveraw.com

Jepara, Indonesia
At Kura Kura Ocean Park in Indonesia, in Jepara, there is a huge, two-story structure dedicated to, of course, turtles.
Source: wisatakotasemarang.wordpress.com

Nagasaki, Japan
Fukusai-ji Ōbaku Zen temple in Nagasaki, Japan. It was created in 1628, destroyed in 1945, and later rebuilt in the shape of a turtle, the distinctive element is the 18-meter sculpture of Kannon (Kannon, the Bodhisattva of compassion).
Sources: en.japantravel.com, en.wikipedia.org

Niagara Falls, Canada
In the Canadian city of Niagara Falls, you can see a building known as the “turtle” – its turtle is less obvious than the other buildings shown here, but still quite evocative.
Sources: buffalonews.com, en.wikipedia.org

Pyongyang, North Korea
In the capital of North Korea, Pyongyang, there is a large turtle building in the zoo – inside, it is devoted to reptiles, of course.
Sources: nknews.org, weburbanist.com

Gobi, Mongolia
There is a turtle-shaped restaurant in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia.
Sources: twobackpacksnoplan.com, viola.bz

Amphoe Sam Phran, Thailand
Wat Samphran is a Buddhist temple in Amphoe Sam Phran, Thailand. Within the complex of buildings, one of them is definitely turtle-like.
Sources: sillylittlekiwi.com, travelfeed.io

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