Two stainless steel gigantic horse heads 30 meters high towering over the Forth & Clyde Canal in Falkirk, Scotland.
Created by the artist Andy Scott they are a monument to the strength of the horse as a symbol of Scottish industrial and economic power. In fact, Scott would give them the appearance of two real Scottish Clydesdales. The name comes from the Kelpie sculptures, demon of Celtic mythology capable of take the form of a horse by the incredible power. Their construction is almost complete, but access to the tourists will only be possible from April 2014