Manneken Pis (Belgium)
Manneken Pis (also known as le petit Julien) is a famous symbol of Brussels. A naked child, made of bronze and smashing in the basin of a fountain in a statue of 61 cm in height, is depicted. It was designed by Hielronymus Duquesnoy the Elder and replaced in 1618 or 1619.   The Little Sea Girls sculpture in Copenhagen has a similar cultural significance.
Manneken Pis with Judo clothes.