Bronze statues of three characters from the comics, Desperate Dan, Minnie the Minx and Dawg in Dundee

St Pancras Station, London

Bronze statues of Peanuts characters - Peppermint Patty, Woodstock and Marcie stand in Rice Park, in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota.

St Pancras Station - statue of the poet, Sir John Benjeman, London

Bremen Germany

Wallace Monument ~ Stirling, Scotland

Glamis Castle - Dundee, Scotland - Watch all videos http://destinations-for-travelers.blogspot.com/2013/10/castelo-de-glamis-glamis-castle-dundee-angus-escocia-scotland.html #glamiscastle #castle #escócia #scotland #castles #travel #destinos #destinations

For the past 20 years, this innocuous statue—erected in 1844 on Glasgow’s Queen Street—has been a magnet for late-night pranksters, who scale the statue and top it with traffic cones. Locals argue that the cones are an integral part of the statue, as well as the city’s identity. The government doesn’t agree. City workers knock off the cones with a high-powered water jet,

Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow. This beautiful building houses one of Europe's great art collections and is, deservedly, amongst the top three free-to-enter visitor attractions in Scotland.

St. Patrick statue, County Mayo, Ireland

Famine Statues Dublin, Ireland.

25 Unusual & Fun Things to Do in Scotland: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2010/12/30/things-to-do-in-scotland/

Dundee

King's Road, Chelsea, London

Chopin statue - Warszaw, Poland

Begun in 1925, the glamorous 2.5-mile-long terracotta-colored path was always intended to be a broad walk, wide and sweeping for promenading.....Lived here in the early eighties...gorgeous

Edinburgh, Scotland

Tay Rail Bridge - Dundee Scotland

In the heart of Scotland, Glenshee is steeped in history and legend. The name Glenshee, or in Gaelic, Gleann Shith, means Glen of the Fairies. The Glen’s inhabitants were known as Sithichean ai Ghlinnshith or ‘Elves of Glenshee’. The Glen’s ancient meeting place behind the kirk was called Dun Shith (Hill of the Fairies) and is still dominated by a standing stone from the Bronze age. The Coire Shith or Fairy Burn, plunges down the side of Ben Gulabin, at the head of Glenshee

William Wallace statue - Aberdeen, Scotland

"The Emigrants Statue" Sutherland - Northern Highlands, Scotland This statue honors those that were driven from their homes during "The Clearances" by the English in the 18th century.