Statue of Barnaby

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The Statue of Barnaby is a a colossal sculpture overlooking the Strait of Barbary in Naval. The statue, which is 32 meters high, has been made out of copper and has a glowing football under its left arm. It was erected in 1686 following the acceptance of a claim with the MCS, after which the good news was given by councillor Barnaby of Senya. The statue was designed by the famous Barbarian artist Dagny Kooglander and cast by the National Foundry in Basella.

Local reception

The statue is an important hallmark of Naval and often depicted on postcards and the obligatory "I <3 Naval" stickers sold to tourists. Many inhabitants of Naval are convinced that a statue this beautiful has to be of a god, and worship services are held at the feet of the statue.