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- African Renaissance Monument: [Dakar, Senegal] Made by engineers from North Korea. Commemorates the 50th anniversary of its country. In its social context it had strong criticism.
- Akihabara's Giant Loli: [Akihabara, Japan] Let's get to the point: it never existed. This joke is of 2005 and is one of the oldest that was spread by Internet related to the theme of the gigantas. Everything was a montage of Japanese photographer and photomanipulator Tamaki.
- Athena Parthenos: [Greece] Huge statue of the goddess Athena made of ivory and gold.
- Die Badende: [Hamburg, Germany] At Binnenalster Lake, there is a sculpture of a Slavic giantess bathing.
- Forever Marilyn: [USA] A huge statue dedicated to Marilyn Monroe (50's sexual icon), which is depicted in a windy scene that lifts her skirt.
- Lady in the Lake: [Barber Marina, Elberta, Alabama] It is an imitation of Die Badende (work by Oliver Voss), which was created by the American artist Mark Cline.
- Motherland (Russia): [Mamayev Kurgán, Russia] A statue of 85 meters. This statue is an allegory of the Fatherland that summons its children to fight against the enemy. Its objective is to commemorate the Battle of Stalingrad.
- Motherland (Ukraine): [Kiev, Ukraine] The monument to Mother Earth is 62 m (203 ft) tall. It was unveiled in 1981 and was built as a tribute to the Soviet soldiers who died in the Great Patriotic War (known in the rest of the world as World War II).
- Santa Rita de Cássia: [Santa Cruz, Río Grande do Norte, Brazil] It is 42 m high. Like many of the largest statues in the world, this representation of Santa Rita de Cassia is very recent, after being completed in 2010. It is said to be the "largest statue of the Catholic world."
- Statue of Liberty: [New York, USA] This 46-meter statue (from the feet of the giantess) was a gift from the French to the Americans in 1886 to commemorate the centennial of the United States Declaration of Independence and as a sign of friendship between the two nations.
- Virgen de la Paz: [Ciudad de Trujillo, Venezuela] The Spanish artist Manuel de la Fuente designed the Virgen de la Paz with 46.7 m (153 feet) high, sailing through the city of Trujillo from the top of a nearby hill.
- Virgen del Socavón: [Bolivia].