Statues of Paul Bunyan
There are a number of stautes of Paul Bunyan on display in the United States.
The most famous statue of Paul Bunyan is the 31-foot-tall (9.4 m) concrete and metal sculpture in the Kenton neighborhood of Portland, Oregon.
Another 31-foot (9.4 m) statue can be found in Bangor, Maine. Standing since 1959, it weights 3700 pounds. The statue is shown with a large ax in one hand, and a peavey in the other hand, and is the largest statue of Paul Bunyan in the world.
When the 26-foot " Muffler Man" Paul Bunyan was erected in front of a local lumber business in the 1980's, the town objected to the statue, citing that it was a violated of town codes given its substantial height. Finding no limitation on flagpole height on the books, the owners of the statue replaced Bunyan's axe with an American flag. 
Smaller (although still larger than life) statues can also be found in the Minnesota towns of Akeley, Bemidji, and Brainerd as well as Manistique, Michigan; Ossineke, Michigan; Muncie, Indiana; and Lakewood, Wisconsin. Paul Bunyan's Log Chute, an amusement park ride inside Bloomington, Minnesota's Mall of America, also houses large statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox.
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