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Where on Earth? Week 41

Here's one that should really stump you: a mural and a bust. But who is it and where can you find this strange, unexpected monument that otherwise has no connection to the city in which it's located?

Figure out who the person is, and you'll figure out where the monument can be found.

Plug away in the comments section below if you want to take a guess, but keep in mind that this week we are looking for the city and the name of the person honored with this monument.

Come back on Friday and all will be revealed.

Good luck!

(And do me proud; this will be my final WOE for awhile. More on that later.)

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