In Alaska, a lot of interesting things there.
But the forest of road signs - one of the most popular attractions.
It is located in the town of Watson Lake, not far from the Yukon, and covers an area of a couple of acres.
This unique place was born in 1942, when Carl K. Lindley restored a fallen sign.
The guy went to the arbitrariness and add to it another.
He set the pointer to the distance from his hometown of Danville.
And then went running - passing people began to add other marks and numbers of vehicles.
In 2008, they counted 65,164 pieces - they added from 2500 to 4000 per year.