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Weird Statues or Maybe Not - 3rd Installment

written by: thaibob
 
You can judge for yourself whether these statues are a little weird, simply marvelous or something in between. Do you think the cow in the picture will be going into space?

Question 1:

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"Nation for Itself Forever" was the original name of this David Cerny statue but it has since been unnamed. The man is not urinating, but sending burst of 'steam' which offended many since it was atop the National Theater. In what city would you find this statue?
Rome
Paris
London
Prague


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This statue, called "Charles La Trobe Statue", is weird because it is upside down. "Charles La Trobe Statue" was Victoria's first lieutenant governor. HIs statue stands on La Trobe University in Bundoora in this city.
Ottawa, Canada
Cardiff, Wales
Christ Church, New Zealand
Melbourne, Australia


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Question 3:

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Mystic Carhenge is a replica of England's Stonehenge made up of cars that were spray painted gray. It resides in the same state as Omaha. Name the state.
Illinois
Iowa
North Dakota
Nebraska


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The "Trapped Cat" statue is located near the Nagahama Hachimangu shrine in this country?
Japan
Taiwan
China
Korea


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Question 5:

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The statue "Gud fader pÄ himmelsbÄgen" was created by Carl Milles in this country.
Sweden
Estonia
Finland
Lithuania


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Question 6:

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"Girl on Fence" or "Little Princess (Kiskiralylany Szobor)" was added to the Danube railing near the Vigado tram stop. It has become one of the most photographed sites in the city, which is in this country.
Egypt
Hungary
Greece
Spain


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This statue by Rene Magritte, called "The Healer'", is part of a private collection. Many people have tried to interpret the meaning of it. A straw hat with no head, no upper body and caged doves where the chest should be. What is the nationality of the artist?
Belgian
Spanish
English
Italian


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Question 8:

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Called the "Giant Tap", this staue is located in the town of Wintertur at the Tecnopark, in this country.
France
Spain
Switzerland
Portugal


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Question 9:

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This "Statue of a Man Sawing a Branch" is said to have been created by Queen Beatrix herself. In which country would this be?
Netherlands
Hungary
Bolivia
Germany


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Question 10:

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This staue is called "Giant Woman Lying in a Photo Booth" and you can find it at Victoria Station in which city?
Paris
London
Rome
Berlin


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Found in this state, known as the Golden State, "The Ballerina Clown Man", was created by Jonathan Borofsky in 1989. A nearly exact replica is in Aachen, Germany.
Florida
New York
California
Massachusetts


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This statue, called "Head On" by Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang, consists of 99 wolves made with metal wires and painted sheepskins. You can see it at the National Museum of this island nation.
Australia
Cuba
Singapore
New Zealand


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