Gargoyles are technically decorative water spouts that preserve stonework by diverting rainwater away from buildings but they are more known for their menacing faces seen on cathedrals across Europe.
They never took America by storm but can be seen on large older buildings in most of the great American cities.
If you’re looking to change things up in your own garden or along your roof line, then consider a gargoyle. It’s guaranteed you’ll be the only one on your block with one of these hunky punks.
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