Imperia, a ten-meter-tall rotating statue in the harbor of Konstanz, Germany, depicting a fictional courtesan from a short story by Balzac. Although it was highly controversial when installed in 1993, today it is "the most photographed attraction in the city". A detail from the sculpture, a nude figure of Pope Martin V, was displayed in the Konstanz train station in 2010, but was removed after complaints from the Catholic church and CDU politicians.
A relief sculpture in the town square of Bodman-Ludwigshafen that shows various German politicians engaged in sexual play.
A sculpture on the exterior of the office building in Berlin that houses die Tageszeitung, depicting the editor of a competing newspaper sporting an enormous penis.
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