Would you be surprised to find a troll there? Naturally, it's under a bridge. Beware, Billy Goat Gruff!
And V. I. Lenin, of all people, has a seven-ton statue there. He was originally in Slovakia, taken down and discarded in the Velvet Revolution, and bought by a local who thought it had artistic merit. (I'll leave it to your own aesthetic taste or otherwise whether you agree or disagree with this.)
But Lenin is a festive guy. Sometimes he's decorated; such as appearing in drag or celebrating Halloween or Christmas:
This brings to mind The Great Lenin Hoax. According to FYI, Lenin was to be sold in a Going Out of Business sale. Just what you need: a stuffed dictator! Fear not! The sense of humor is alive and prospering in this Land of the Free.
But what is the p.c. reaction to this tomfoolery? Is it cutting the old boy down to size, or is the continuing presence of his statue an affront to right thinking? Kind of makes representations of some ex-Confederates look less dire, doesn't it?