public penises in the Islamic world, don't forget that most Muslims live far from the Arabic-countries of the Arabian Peninsula and North Africa, in Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, South Asia, and Indonesia.
The first president of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, tried hard to Westernize the country, which included introducing public art. There's a lot of it, including many statues commemorating Ataturk himself. Like the Monument of Great Triumph in Afyonkarahisar, about 100 miles from Ankara.
It's a nude, muscular Ataturk jumping over the bodies of his enemies.
There are lots of real Graeco-Roman relics in Turkey, too, such as "The Runner" in the Archaeological Museum in Izmir.
4. Ahmet Bedevi (1899-1963), called the "Manisa Tarzan" was an environmentalist and eccentric who planted thousands of trees around Manisa, plus walked around nearly naked. There is a nearly-naked statue to commemorate his work.
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On the road to Kermanshah, in western Iran near Kurdistan, you can see the Zoroastrian god Vahram, stylized as Hercules. He was carved about 150 BC.
At Dhaka University, you can see the Aporajeyo Bangla, the monument to the Liberation War, some muscular soldiers with guns.
10. But the most famous of Jakarta's public monuments is "Youth Builds a Nation," a muscular young man screaming, maybe because he is carrying a flaming pizza over his head and there's a smokestack in his butt.
See also: The Top 10 Public Penises of Islam; A Bodybuilding Contest in Turkey.