Thursday, 3 May 2012

Romania celebrates Roman heritage with...awkward naked Trajan and a levitating wolf in a scarf

From the BBC: "A statue representing the birth of the Romanian nation has been greeted with derision by the public and critics.

The sculpture, unveiled outside Bucharest's National History Museum, portrays a naked Roman emperor Trajan carrying a wolf.

It is supposed to represent the fusion of the Roman empire with the ancient tribes of Dacia."

Image from the Romanian Times
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