North Korean craftsmen have completed a giant bronze monument named "African Renaissance" on a hill near Dakar International Airport in Senegal.
At 50 m in height, the monstrosity is taller than the Statue of Liberty in New York and represents a heroic couple apparently about to launch their child into the sky.
I suppose one can't really blame P'yôngyang for exploiting a North Korean comparative advantage in monument building. Nor can one really be surprised at how the DPRK was remunerated for its pains:
The cost of construction was reported at US$25 million, but experts estimate it would have been nearer $70 million. The Senegalese president told the WSJ that he had "no budget for the African Renaissance, so instead offered a prime chunk of state-owned land in exchange, which North Korea has since resold at a large profit."