Photo and caption by Anna Yatsevich
The statue of Anonymus is displayed in the Vajdahunyad Castle court (Budapest, Hungary). This man lived in the 12th century and was the notary and chronicler of Béla III of Hungary. Anonymus's identity was never discovered (it's only known that he referred to himself as "P. dictus magister"), but regardless, he is obviously enjoying his popularity even today -- people from all over the world come to take pictures with him. Some are truly creative.
Location: Budapest, Vajdahunyad Castle's court