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Weird Statues or Maybe Not - 2nd Installment

written by: thaibob
 
You can judge for yourself whether these statues are a little weird, simply marvelous or, something in between. If you're riding in a car, take heed of the warning in the picture; it says it all.

Question 1:

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"Empty Suit" is a statue by Jaroslav Róna of Kafka riding on an empty suit. It is found in in the vicinity of the Jewish quarter in the capital of which country?
France
Czech Republic
Greece
Turkey


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Question 2:

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I imagine this "Giant Fork Sculpture" was inspired by a giant. A plaque proclaims it as "The World's Largest Fork". It is found in the state that has the Gateway Arch. What city has this statue at Noble & Associates, an ad agency?
Springfield, Massachusetts
Springfield, Missouri
Springfield, California
Springfield, Arkansas


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Question 3:

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This is called the "Cow Popsicle" and it is exactly that, as you can see from the picture. Name the capital of Hungary, where it is situated.
Istanbul
Warsaw
Athens
Budapest


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Question 4:

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The statue of Peter the Great is obviously in Russia but in which city?
Omsk
Yekaterinburg
Moscow
St. Petersburg


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Question 5:

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This Corporate Head sculpture was designed in 1991 by Terry Allen at the offices of Ernst + Young. This could only be in California in what well known city?
San Francisco
Los Angeles
San Diego
Sacramento


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Question 6:

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This statue, called "Sculpture of a Man in Guadalquivir River" or "Hombre Rio", is in the city of Cordoba. In which country will you find it?
Spain
Peru
Brazil
Portugal


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Question 7:

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This is called, naturally, the "Vomiting Fountain Sculpture". Could you find it from Trafalgar Square if you were in this city?
London
Liverpool
Leeds
Birmingham


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Question 8:

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This looks like it might be called "Pig the Cyclist" and it is. Located in the USA in the Lone Star state. Name the state.
Arkansas
Texas
Virginaa
California


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Question 9:

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You might call this statue "The Thumb" and it is located in La Défense, the largest business sector in this city.
Paris
London
Madrid
Rome


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Question 10:

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Let's call this statue "Fancy Cow". It looks like a British policeman but it is not since it is in Düsseldorf in which country?
Poland
Germany
Switzerland
Austria


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Question 11:

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In which country will you find the "The Amazing Bull Fart Sculpture" by Chen Wenling also called “What You See Might Not Be Real”?
Brazil
New Zealand
Mexico
China


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Question 12:

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This weird statue is called "The Headington Shark" but on the gate it says "Untitled 1986". The Oxford City council tried to have it removed but a minister in the Department of the Environment ruled in 1992 that it presented no danger. In which country will you find this 200 Kg, 7.6 meter shark?
Wales
Northern Ireland
Scotland
England


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Question 13:

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People call this "Skull on a Man" but it is really called "Parable with a Skull" and sits on the grounds of a Castle near the Vltava river in which country?
Czech Republic
Slovakia
Slovenia
Hungary


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Question 14:

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This 50 Kg solid gold statue of Kate Moss was sculpted by Marc Quinn and called 'Microcosmos Siren' or sometimes just 'Siren'. It was displayed at the Statuefilia Exhibition in the Nereid Gallery in which city?
Rome
London
Berlin
Paris


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Question 15:

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This is the "Headless Musician" standing in Marnix Park. The creator is unknown and he/she has left many works of art around this city in the Netherlands. Can you name it?
Amsterdam
Rotterdam
The Hague
Utrecht


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Question 16:

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This statue might be called "Guy on a Bicycle". Not much is known about the creator or when it was erected. It was probably not erected by Augusto Pinochet in this country.
Uruguay
Paraguay
Bolivia
Chile


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