An Italian town has reportedly spent €80,000 ($117,952) on a statue of Donald Trump, which will be displayed alongside a sculpture of David Bowie.
Nestling in the rolling hills of Tuscany, the town of Vagli di Sotto has commissioned the Trump statue for its new Park of Honour and Dishonour, a tourist attraction that will feature famous and infamous figures from around the world.
It will be for history to decide which side of the park Donald Trump eventually ends up on, but for now the mayor, Mario Puglia, is keeping an open mind.
"I'm not going to enter in discussion over whether his actions are right or wrong," he told The Local. "But at the moment Trump is the only politician who is following through on his promises, doing what he said on the campaign trail."
The Trump statue will join a motley crew of existing busts, including two related to the Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster: one featuring the ship's fleeing captain, Francesco Schettino, who is depicted with rabbit ears, and another honouring coastguard Captain Gregorio De Falco, who ordered Schettino to get back on the stricken ship.
There is also a sculpture of Diesel, the police dog killed in a raid after the Paris terror attacks, as well as the aforementioned figure of David Bowie, which will be installed in the park imminently.
The sculptures, which are funded by private donations, are not only intended to give tourism a boost, but also to showcase the region's fine marble.
Asked whether he expected a visit from the US President, Puglia was not optimistic. "I don't think he will come, because of everything he has to do," he said.
Five more unusual sculpture parks
1. Cadillac Ranch, USA
This offbeat art installation in Amarillo, Texas encapsulates the eccentricity of Route 66. It's essentially just a bunch of clapped-out Cadillacs planted in the ground, but it's an intriguing attraction nonetheless. Bring a spray can: visitors are encouraged to decorate the car carcasses with graffiti.
2. Stalin World, Lithuania
Grutas Park - aka Stalin World - is the final resting place for the statues of Communist idols that used to adorn town squares all over Lithuania. Telegraph Travel's Adrian Bridges recently visited the sculpture park near Druskininkai. "It was bizarre to watch as children stood and saluted at the statue of the man whose very name once struck fear into every household from Vilnius to Vladivostok," he noted.
3. Museo Atlántico, Lanzarote
Europe's first underwater museum opened in Lanzarote earlier this year. Featuring more than 300 sculptural works by the British artist, Jason deCaires Taylor, the park portrays "the dialogue between past and present and the divisions within society", with some of the most notable works including The Rubicon, The Vortex and The Raft of Lampedusa, which references the influx of refugees on the Spanish island.
4. Love Land, South Korea
Definitely not a family attraction, this South Korean sculpture park is features 140 sculptures - some of which are "interactive" - in various sexual positions. Highlights include a stone labia, large phallus statues and an exhibit ominously described as a "masurbation cycle".
5. Haw Par Villa, Singapore
Not your average theme park, Singapore's Haw Ra Villa lays claim to more than 1000 sculptures that depict scenes from Chinese folklore. Many of the dioramas featured are somewhat grizzly, depicting anything from decapitations and limbless rats to crabs with human heads. Best avoided if your kids are prone to nightmares.