Check out this photo gallery to see some of the weirdest and wackiest water towers around.
FRUIT TOPPING. This pineapple-shaped water tower in Honolulu, Hawaii, was built for a local fruit-canning facility.
Photograph by tropicalpixsingapore, iStockphoto
JOLLY GIANT. The painted smile on this water tank brightens up the small town of Atlanta, Illinois.
Photograph by RosaIreneBetancourt 8, Alamy
GOING GLOBAL. The world is at people's doorsteps in Bierbeek, Belgium, where this 95-foot tower resembles a globe.
Photograph by Mikhail Lavrenov, Dreamstime
SEEING DOUBLE. OR TRIPLE. A group of mushroom-shaped water towers stand together in Kuwait City, Kuwait.
Photograph by Typhoonski, Dreamstime
NEED A REFILL? The giant cup in Stanton, Iowa, holds 150,000 gallons—enough to fill 3,000 bathtubs. (And that's not much compared to other towers!)
Photograph by Franck Fotos, Alamy
EYESORE NO MORE. Engineers in Suffolk, England, gave this water tower a charming disguise by constructing a house around it.
Photograph by Martin Hatch, Dreamstime
HEADS UP! In Pensacola, Florida, there’s at least one beach ball that’ll never be lost at sea.
Photograph by Cheryl Casey, Dreamstime
THAT'S PEACHY. Nicknamed the Peachoid, this famous landmark is in Gaffney, South Carolina, where the state holds its annual summer peach festival.
Photograph by AdShooter, iStockphoto
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