Only a nude statue in an outdoor public place counts, if any person wants to challenge this claim.
at 05:29 on October 2nd, 2006
at 21:56 on October 2nd, 2006
Union Station, Washington DC, does not count because it's not an outdoor public place.
Also, the statues are not proper nudes because they've got a shield in front and a cloak at the back.
at 09:24 on October 4th, 2006
Fourth picture down on the right, San Diego Museum of Art, Outdoor Exhibit.
at 09:27 on October 4th, 2006
How about this one, I am not sure.
at 03:46 on October 25th, 2006
I think your two might be on private property.
They are probably not places that are open to the public all the time.
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