Albanian Town Doesn’t Get a Ton of Noteworthy Visitors


Albanian prime minister Sali Berisha unveiled a nine-foot, three-inch statue of former president George W. Bush in the small village of Fushe Kruje today. Albanians have a “special affection” for the United States, Reuters reports, but they seem to have erected a statue of Bush in particular because he … went there, one time. Fushe Kruje doesn’t get a ton of visitors, so if you go there, ever, you’ll probably get a statue.

Albanian town thanks George W. Bush with statue [Reuters]