The Sculpture of Zieta is one one of the many small islands in the middle of Wroclaw. Created by the artist Zieta, It
references the island’s shape while reflecting the lush natural landscape formed by the Oder River, while surreptitiously alluding to the city’s architectural history.
It is a lovely sculpture to look at, and you walk through a lovely peaceful park to visit the sculpture.
This sculpture is in the middle Cape Town on Thibault Square. I am not quite sure what it is of, but it looks like a few gargoyles looking around the city. According to this AVA, it was created by John Skotnes in the 1990’s, and is called “Mythological Landscape”. It was “an attempt to speak directly to, and become a celebration of, the diversity of people“. I just think it is a strange yet somewhat interesting sculpture.
Anyway if you want to see it pop over to Thibault Square in the city centre.