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Weird Statues or Maybe Not - 4th Installment

written by: thaibob
 
This is the last of this series. You can judge for yourself whether these statues are a little weird, simply marvelous or something in between. Is this a person or a statue?

Question 1:

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This weird statue by David Cerny is called "Man Hanging Out" and was designed in 1996. It is in the Stare Mesto district of this capital city.
Bangkok
Rome
Lisbon
Prague


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Question 2:

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Where in the USA is the strange statue "A Crocodile Eating a Capitalist" located?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Brooklyn, NY
Schenectady, NY
Buffalo, NY
Albany, NY


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Question 3:

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"Device to Root Out Evil" is an upside down church which was refused by New York City and Stanford University. It finally found a home in this city which has a hockey team in Canada named the Canucks.
Ottawa
Toronto
Montreal
Vancouver


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Question 4:

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The statue "Violinist Bursting from the Floor" is located in the foyer of the ‘Stopera’ (City Opera House) as a tribute to the Jewish people from World War II. Name Anne Frank's city, which is home to the statue.
Amsterdam
Rotterdam
Rome
The Hague


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Question 5:

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"Sculpture of Pig as Chinese Monk" is located in the capital of this state.
Phoenix, AZ
Dallas, TX
Butte, MT
Biloxi, MS


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Question 6:

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“The Man Who Could Walk Through Walls” created by actor Jean Marais is found in a secret alley in Montmartre in this city.
Rome
Madrid
London
Paris


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Question 7:

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“The Two Pissing Men” are bronze life-sized statues in front of the Franz Kafka museum in this city. Their upper bodies turn and their 'thingies' go up and down to write famous quotes in the water. You should know the city famous for Kafka sculptures.
Warsaw
Budapest
Moscow
Prague


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Question 8:

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Why this statue is called "Chasing One Another" is obvious and it is in the same country as Mount Fuji. Name the country.
Korea
Japan
China
Singapore


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Question 9:

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"The Bread Line Statues" are located in the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial. The site was dedicated in 1997 and is on 7.5 acres in the in the US capital. Name it.
New York City
Los Angeles
Washington, D.C.
Chicago


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Question 10:

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This statue called "Rusty Men" is found in this city, which is also home to Big Ben.
Manchester
London
Liverpool
Birmingham


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Question 11:

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These statues, called "Engagement Rings", are 30 feet tall and are made of plexiglass boxes and aluminum. You can see them in the coastal seaport on Sunset Beach in British Columbia. Name the city.
Vancouver
Yellowknife
Halifax
White Horse


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Question 12:

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Created by French sculptor Pierre Vivant, the "Traffic Light Tree" is located at Heron Quays Roundabout near Canary Wharf. It is 8 meters tall and contains 75 sets of lights. You shouldn't need much more information to name the city.
Rome
Madrid
Paris
London


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Question 13:

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"Certainties on the Gravitation of an Elephant" is the name of this sculpture showing an elephant balanced on his trunk. It looks like it could topple over at any moment but Daniel Firman, with help from a taxidermist, was able to create this beauty. You can see it at the Palais de Tokyo in this city.
Paris
Tokyo
Las Vegas, Nevada
Bangkok


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