The demolition of an 11-story tower in downtown Dallas didn't go as one would have hoped. The tower was recently imploded with the intention of being completely destroyed for new development. However, the stubborn tower decided not to listen to the laws of gravity and it simply leaned over until... it stopped. This happy accident has now become one of Dallas' unofficial landmarks, known as The Leaning Tower of Dallas.\nThe social media community has gone nuts about the new "landmark" and have found every opportunity to take fun pictures with the tower.\nUnder the hashtag #leaningtowerofdallas, you'll see slews of photos of people posing in creative ways to straighten the tower back to its original state.\nIf you go to the grassy area in between the landmark and North Carroll Avenue, you'll find the perfect angle to photograph with the tower.\nView this post on Instagram Dallas’ accidental Instagram hotspot “Leaning Tower of Dallas”.🌃Please check out my YouTube video👌🏻 ・ Leaning Tower of Dallas、取り壊すって言っていたけど、まだ残ってます😅ユネスコ世界遺産にしようという、署名運動も始まったとか（笑） ・ #LeaningTowerofDallas#Dallas#ダラス#dallasblogger#uptowndallas#downtowndallas#Dallaslife#ダラスの斜塔 A post shared by ダラスから失礼します。 (@excuse_me_dallas) on Feb 20, 2020 at 9:17am PST\nSome of the most popular poses are holding it up with your hand, facing towards it to push it with your hands, or pushing up against it with your back.\nPut your self-timer to work or bring a friend to capture the best shots!\nfile under dallas being dallas: there is now a https://t.co/2S9AahyOhp petition to preserve the partially demo'ed "leaning tower of dallas" as a unesco world heritage site. https://t.co/FoH67qQypZ— mark lamster (@marklamster) February 19, 2020\nPeople are loving the tower so much, they're even trying to petition it to stay as it is.\nThe tweet above displays a link that will lead you to a petition signed by over 950 people, and the signatures keep increasing every second.\nUnfortunately, though, developers have already made plans to demolish it completely within the next coming weeks.\nIn its place, there will be a variety of new establishments, including hotels, restaurants, and entertainment venues.\nThe development projects anticipate completion by 2022.\nVisited the Leaning Tower of Dallas yesterday! #puppylove #leaningtowerofdallas pic.twitter.com/HnL7hNdosJ— LeonVanSam (@LeonVanSam) February 17, 2020\nAlthough it will be short-lived, this was an odd, yet interesting way to bring the Dallas community together.\nSince the monument will only be up for a limited time, go grab your selfies with the iconic leaning tower while you can.