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Atlas Obscura ‘Evropska Unija’

Although Serbia is not yet a member of European Union, its capital city of Belgrade can boast the weirdest statue dedicated to the EU.

Sculptor Dragan Radenović made this statue of a goat in boots with Coca-Cola bottles instead of udders. As he says, it represents the European Union (Evropska Unija) as a goat, but with a weird background story—some people with sick sexual fantasies put goats in boots, so that they could be higher, and in this case the person behind the goat is United States, although it could be ‘seen’ only through Coca-Cola bottles.

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