Generally, Europe is littered with hundreds or even thousands of green bronze statues.
I have the least of interest in those statues of kings, who have zero creativity in naming their sons.
ie. Charles I, II, III; or Frederiks IV, V, VI; or Napoleon VII, VIII, IX; or whatsoever.
However, some of the more artistic bronze statues/sculptures by the artists do catch my attention.
These are some statues taken when I was in Eastern Europe.
Taken in the Main Market Square in Krakow, Poland.
Taken in front of the Old Town Hall in Bratislava, Slovakia.
And my personal favourite…
The ‘HEAD’ by the Vltava River, near Charles Bridge, in Prague, Czech Republic. =)