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Love all, but this has to be the most beautiful.
Where are they going
Love this captivating wild and free!
it's very cute.
I thought this...very thought provoking...
Widziałam wiele z tych krasnali ale nie jest łatwo je znaleźć :)
Freedom is a beautiful thing
:P this one is nice...
it's not a copy of Oklahoma! These chairs are symbolizing the tragedy of old residents of the square - Jews, after who stayed empty chairs.
I love meticulous sculpture
I love these lions-especially the mane.
Judita, cia prie moksleivių rūmų :)
I think I would trip over this one,
I love faces carved in stone.
What are they talking bout?
Scary and awesome
the man sitting on the bench is the author, one of the great Romanian play writers, facing his characters, the ladies and kid in the shade
They look very real
been there and it is awesome !
It's Gaea!!! Sorry book nerd alert.
the country is Bulgaria not Bulgria :*
Are there any JDG fans here that immediately think of Shardas and Velika? No? I'm probably the only one...
The most Loyal Dog in Cracow, Pola...Dżok ... http://s3.flog.pl/me...kojnej-nocy.jpg
chyba lepiej spotkać takiego kangura :)
ten też znam :)
I like the setting and sculpture but not this view of all the cattle arses.
podoba mi się
James Joyce, actually. Reference to "Ulysses": protagonist Leopold Bloom is son of Rudolf Virág from Szombathely (virág = flower = bloom)
Are these pictures supposed to be repeating?
przy tym pomniku mam nawet zdjęcie :)
once I tried to make a sculpture of Lucifer. It ended up in such bad luck that I had to give up.
W Warszawie jest wiele bardzo przejmujących pomników... to ślady naszej smutnej przeszłości...
I saw this recently, it's stunning close up.
a ten zabawny: ciekawe o czym może myśleć taki byk? :) może o głupocie ludzkiej?
ten pomnik wiele razy fotografowałam ...
Hahaha . . . reminds me of some attorneys I know. 8-)
That's a tortoise not a turtle.
He's a Hungarian poet, Attila Jozsef.
More like "Seductive Giraffe"! hahahah!