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帖子  小甘 于 周三 四月 17, 2013 6:14 pm

原文链接:http://www.bbc.com/travel/slideshow/20111207-worlds-most-controversial-monuments

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1. African Renaissance Monument, Senegal
President Abdoulaye Wade didn’t win any popularity votes when he funnelled millions into the construction of a monument to the African Renaissance. A waste of money wasn’t the only reaction to this 160ft colossus, unveiled in April 2010. It depicts a stylized muscular man with a baby in his arms, emerging from a volcano and pulling along a half-naked woman — and has been criticized for both skimpy clothing and ***ism. (Courtesy Jeff Attaway)

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2. Valley of the Fallen, Spain
Dictator Francisco Franco ordered the construction of this monument outside Madrid to honour those who died for his cause during the Spanish Civil War. He enlisted political prisoners to carve the massive basilica into a mountainside — infuriating many Spaniards. In May 2011, after years of demonstrations and debate, the government assembled a commission to evaluate its future. Its initial recommendation calls to remove Franco’s body from the site. (Courtesy Marian Gurry Stanton)

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3. Brown Dog Statue, London
A small dog statue in London’s Battersea Park looks harmless, but it is a 1985 replacement of a statue with a fraught backstory. The original terrier was erected in 1906 by a group opposed to the use of animals in medical experiments. It displayed a plaque condemning pro-vivisection students at the University College. Outraged and embarrassed, those students destroyed it. The new statue is plainer, sans fountain or plaque. (Courtesy Peter Marshall / Demotix/Demotix / Corbis)

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4. Beatles Monument, Mongolia
The statues of Buddha and Genghis Khan that loom over Mongolia have some unexpected company: a brick guitar-shaped memorial to the Beatles in downtown Ulaanbaatar. Mongolian sculptor Den Barsboldt moulded this tribute to the band for their music and to represent Western democratic freedoms. Mongolia had a peaceful, democratic revolution, but the older generation still doesn’t want to give this monument a chance. (Courtesy iStockphoto)

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5. Che Guevara Statue, Bolivia
Infamous revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara fought for the rights of the poor and incited passions along the way. While some condemn his violent methods or philosophy, to farm workers in the town of La Higuera, he remains “Saint Ernesto”. There, on the spot where the leader of a guerilla Marxist movement was captured and executed, residents dedicated a bust in his honour in 1997. (Courtesy iStockphoto)


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帖子  huihui 于 周四 四月 18, 2013 4:43 pm

(2)Valley of the Fallen, Spain
Dictator Francisco Franco ordered the construction of this monument outside Madrid to honour those who died for his cause during the Spanish Civil War. He enlisted political prisoners to carve the massive basilica into a mountainside — infuriating many Spaniards. In May 2011, after years of demonstrations and debate, the government assembled a commission to evaluate its future. Its initial recommendation calls to remove Franco’s body from the site. (Courtesy Marian Gurry Stanton)
(2)独裁者-弗朗西斯科•弗朗哥下令在马德里郊外烈士谷建造这座纪念碑,纪念那些在西班牙内战时为他而死的战士。他号召政治犯把山坡雕成巨大的长方形基督教堂,激怒许多西班牙人。2011年5月,经过多年的示威和辩论,政府组建了一个委员会,来评估教堂未来
。初步建议呼吁把佛朗哥的塑像移除烈士谷。

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帖子  山峦 于 周四 四月 18, 2013 7:03 pm

5. Che Guevara Statue, Bolivia
Infamous revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara fought for the rights of the poor and incited passions along the way. While some condemn his violent methods or philosophy, to farm workers in the town of La Higuera, he remains “Saint Ernesto”. There, on the spot where the leader of a guerilla Marxist movement was captured and executed, residents dedicated a bust in his honour in 1997. (Courtesy iStockphoto)
5. 玻利维亚的切•格瓦拉的雕像
“臭名昭著”(译注:在反对者的眼里)的革命者埃内斯托•切•格瓦拉为争取穷人的权利战斗过,在这一过程中,他点燃了民众的***。虽然有人谴责他的暴力方式或观点,但对于拉依格拉小镇的农场工人来说,他仍是“圣人埃内斯托”。在那里,马克思主义运动游击队领袖被捕并被杀害。1997年,为纪念他,小镇居民为他建造了半身像。(图片提供:库尔泰西•伊斯托克

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帖子  山峦 于 周四 四月 18, 2013 7:05 pm

译文部分无法显示的是“***”。

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帖子  山峦 于 周四 四月 18, 2013 7:06 pm

译文部分无法显示的是“***”(JIQING)。

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帖子  斯眉 于 周四 四月 18, 2013 7:16 pm

1.African Renaissance Monument, Senegal
President Abdoulaye Wade didn’t win any popularity votes when he funnelled millions into the construction of a monument to the African Renaissance. A waste of money wasn’t the only reaction to this 160ft colossus, unveiled in April 2010. It depicts a stylized muscular man with a baby in his arms, emerging from a volcano and pulling along a half-naked woman — and has been criticized for both skimpy clothing and ***ism. (Courtesy Jeff Attaway)
1. 非洲复兴纪念碑,塞内加尔
当阿卜杜拉耶·瓦德总统斥资数百万建造非洲复兴纪念碑时,并没有赢得公众的支持。这座160英尺高的巨大雕像于2010年4月揭幕,“烧钱”并非人们对它的唯一看法。雕塑俗不可耐地刻画了一位肌肉结实的男子抱着婴儿,拉着一名半裸的女子,从火山里走出来——被人批评衣着过于暴露,有性别歧视倾向。
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帖子  小甘 于 周四 四月 25, 2013 12:32 am

4.蒙古的披头士纪念碑
赫然耸立在蒙古的佛陀和成吉思汗雕像有了个意想不到的伴儿:在乌兰巴托市中心一座吉他形状的砖墙上镶嵌着披头士纪念碑。蒙古雕塑家邓•巴斯博尔特塑造了这座雕塑,以赞颂这支乐队的音乐、代表西方的民主自由。蒙古有一个和平、民主的革命,然而,老一辈仍然不接受这个纪念碑。(此图由iStockphoto提供)

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帖子  小甘 于 周四 四月 25, 2013 12:48 am

伦敦的灰狗雕像
伦敦贝特西公园的小狗雕像看似完好无损,但这是于1985年在令人担忧的故事中更换了原有雕像。原有的活泼小狗于1906年由一群反对使用动物做医学实验的人建造。它的匾上谴责了大学中做活体解剖的学生。这些学生非常愤怒和尴尬,把它摧毁了。新的雕像相对简单,没有喷泉和匾。(此图由彼得•马歇尔提供)

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