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This is a list of the most famous statues worldwide, past and present that already have articles about them in Wikipedia or are referred to or pictured in other articles.
- Statues in facades of the Kunsthistorisches Museum - the Art History Museum and Naturhistorisches Museum - Museum of Natural History of Vienna, Maria-Theresien-Platz,Vienna.
- Statue of Nicholas, Count of Salm, Vienna.
- Statue of Otto Ferdinand von Abensberg und Traun.
- Statues of Schönbrunn Palace, Gloriette Garden,Vienna.
- Gerard van Swieten statue on the memorial to Maria Theresa, Vienna.
- Field marshal von Laudon, Field marshal von Daun, Field marshal von Traun, and Field marshal von Khevenhüller as a parts of the Maria Theresia memorial at the Maria-Theresien-Platz between the Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Naturhistorisches Museum. Sculpted by Kaspar von Zumbusch and unveiled in 1888.
- Archduke Karl by Anton Dominik Fernkorn at the Heldenplatz, 1859. The equestrian sculpture is insofar a miracle which stands for Fernkorn's craftsmanship as a sculptor, as only the two back legs of the horse have a connection with the pedestal, it is only the second oldest in the world of this kind, after the Monument to Nicholas I in Saint Petersburg, outdoing the achievement of Tacca's equestrian sculpture of Philip IV in Madrid.
- Prince Eugen by Anton Dominik Fernkorn at the Heldenplatz, 1865.
- Archduke Albrecht by Kaspar von Zumbusch in front of the Albertina, 1899.
- General Radetzky by Kaspar von Zumbusch in the Ringstraße, 1891.
- Bavaria, a statue as symbol of the South German kingdom of Bavaria in Munich
- Victory Column, a statue of Victoria, the goddess of victory, in Berlin
- Bismarck Monument, a statue of Otto von Bismarck, in Hamburg
- Hermannsdenkmal, a statue of Arminius, victor of the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest
- Niederwalddenkmal, a statue of Germania, as symbol of Germany, close to Rüdesheim
- King Friedrich II by Christian Daniel Rauch in the Unter den Linden.
- King Friedrich Wilhelm IV by Alexander Calandrelli in front of the Alte Nationalgalerie.
- National Monument (Emperor Wilhelm I Monument) by Reinhold Begas in front of the Berlin City Palace, 1897, destroyed.
- Emperor Wilhelm I by Albert Moritz Wolff at the Hohenzollernplatz in Rixdorf, 1902, destroyed in 1944.
- Emperor Wilhelm I by Franz Dorrenbach in the Neuendorfer Straße in Spandau.
- Emperor Friedrich III by Rudolf Maison, in front of Bode Museum, 1904, destroyed in 1950s.
- Saint George defeats the Dragon
Lost statues in Hong Kong include:
- Heroes' Square, Heroes' Square (Hősök tere in Hungarian) is one of the major squares of Budapest, Hungary.
- Anonymus, The statue of Anonymus, created by Miklós Ligeti in 1903, sits in front of Vajdahunyad Castle in Budapest's Városliget (City Park)
- Statue Park, Szoborpark or Statue Park is a park in Budapest's XXII. district, with a gathering of monumental Soviet-era statues.
- Liberty Statue, The Szabadság Szobor or Liberty Statue (sometimes Freedom Statue) in Budapest, Hungary, was first erected in 1947 in remembrance of the Soviet liberation of Hungary from Nazi forces during World War II.
- Thiruvalluvar Statue, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India.
- Qutb Minar, New Delhi
- Shiva, Murudeshwara
- Gommateshvara Bahubali, Shravanabelagola
- Shri Bhaktha Anjaneyar, Vedasandur, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, India. ( url | http://anjaneyar.in/)
- Statu of Nader shah - Mashhad
- Statu of Ferdosi - Tehran
For a full list for New York City, see Statues and Sculptures in New York City
- see Outdoor sculpture in Washington, D.C.
Tallest And Largest Equestrian Statue
Largest stone sculptures
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- ^ 106-Meter High Statue of Emperors Yan and Huang Built_life_English_SINA.com
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