Polen - Tiny gnome statues appear everywhere in Wroclaw (pronounced 'Vrotswav'), Poland. Every major attraction, old back street and even shopping mall has a dwarf, each with a name. This one withdraws money at a tiny ATM.
Nicolaus Copernicus monument in Kraków Nicolaus Copernicus (born in Torun, Poland) was a Renaissance mathematician and astronomer who formulated a heliocentric model of the universe which placed the Sun, rather than the Earth, at the center.
The Anonymous Pedestrians Sculpture, Wroclaw, Poland by Jerzy Kalina. Fourteen statues representing Martial Law in 1981 Poland, when many people went underground or disappeared in the middle of the night, taken by the militia. Photo by Bartoszewicz.
England - Liverpool - Abercromby Square - Liverpool Heroes Memorial - commemorates the sixteen men from the city of Liverpool awarded the Victoria Cross, Britain’s highest award for valour in military conflict.