In some world, the creatures that came before humans made some huge golems, about 100 meters (a bit under 330ft) tall, and eventually disappeared, leaving the golems behind. How would human societies evolve around the fact that those creatures are walking around? Feel free to consider any period of time up to near future with space exploration and stuff.
- Golems appeared far before humans. They were already old when dinosaurs became a thing.
- Their shape is humanoid without distinctive features, but still looks and feels like an animated pile of rock.
- They are indestructible by anything that humans have come up with and strong enough that no wall or chain can change their roaming.
- They feel what's happening to them, so if someone tries to build anything on them they'll shrug it off like a bug. A couple of humans with tents can be tolerated if they don't try to "mine" the golem. No chipping or heavy structures.
- Their speed is about 1-2 meters (about 5ft) per second so a human can catch up and potentially climb without any problems.
- They don't care much if something in their way. If there's a city, they'll walk over it, smashing whatever is in their path. If there is a wall about as tall as the golem itself, it gets one or two punches until it breaks. If nothing happened, the golem just tries to climb over it or walk around if it looks faster than climbing. Same thing with pits: jumps over it or walks around (or jumps down and climbs out on the other side). In case of lakes and oceans the golem will just walk like the water is not there.
- When two of these golems are about to bump into each other, they do some sort of "high five" and change their path's angle to avoid bumping. If they are out of the "high five" range they ignore each other.
- There are enough of them that most people can claim that they have seen one (or at least they are not a myth to everybody).
- If a scout reports that a golem is on its way, it's almost guaranteed that it will pass on a predefined path, save for a "high five" that would change the creature's path to a random degree.
How would cities and society be built with the thought that sooner or later they will crumble no matter what?