|One of the many interesting sculptures|
in Buddha Park, near Vientiane, Laos.
|Here's another one in Buddha Park. Creepy!|
|Here's the largest sculpture in Buddha Park,|
which appropriately enough depicts the Buddha.
|This impressive sculpture stands atop the Statue|
Of Liberty Freedom Monument in Riga, Latvia.
|The famous Bronze Turtle, also known as Brunurupucis.|
|No, this picture is not turned sideways. That cow IS climbing a pole!|
|This ancient sculpture depicts the|
famous Egyptian queen, Cleopatra.
|This modern sculpture in Lebanon depicts the Adiss Flower.|
|This interesting piece is called "Symphony |
No. 7: Energy Of Life." Don't ask me why.
|This is a classic Liberian helmet mask. Creepy!|
|You can find this sculpture outside of a Liberian hospital. If you|
actually feel like traveling across the world to look for it, that is.
|This interesting sculpture is crafted entirely out of scrapped weapons.|
|Gorgon Head sculpture in Leptis Magna, Libya.|
|Here's another interesting piece that|
can be found in Leptis Magna.
|This somewhat crumbly sculpture is located in Sabratha, Libya.|
|This fascinating piece is called "African King," and|
is located in the city of Vaduz in Liechtenstein.
|You can find this sculpture in the garden of the Liechtenstein Museum.|
|This odd sculpture is also located in Vaduz, Liechtenstein.|
|You can find this intricately sculpted piece|
at the Neringa National Park in Lithuania.
|I don't know why, but I happen to love this piece. This sculpture|
is located in the Belmontas Park in Vilnius, Lithuania.
|This one's called "The Feast Of The Three |
Musicians" and is found outside the National
Drama Theatre in Vilnius, Lithuania.
|This ancient Luxembourg sculpture |
is a statue of Epona. Whoever that is.
|Okay, so it's technically a mosaic and not a sculpture. But|
isn't it impressive? It's called the "Victen Roman Muse Mosaic."
|This impressive sculpture is part of|
the World War I Memorial located
in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg.