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September 26, 2003

Phallic Buildings

The world's most phallic buildings! The winner is this water tower in Ypsilanti, Michigan (left photo). OTOH, this London building wins for best uncircumcised (right photo).

Ypsilanti water tower Swiss Re building

Other obvious nominees included:

Filed under Architecture | permalink | September 26, 2003 at 08:32 AM


While these buildings are all phallic, there are few phallic buildings that have testicle-like domes on either side of the central structure, like the Macquarie Lighthouse does.

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Posted by: rodney at Mar 16, 2004 3:28:26 AM

Hi, Ron--
Check out the round towers in Ireland--extremely phallic with their tall shafts and little conical caps. I think they are Celtic although they may be from the Viking era.

Thanks for the referral to Chuck's page.


Posted by: Will at Sep 28, 2003 7:04:26 PM

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