Old town Bratislava was filled with many fun statues. There are many interesting stories about "The Watcher", a man peering out of a manhole cover at the corner of a major intersection. One story says he is typical of a communist era worker that is not terribly motivated to perform his duties. Another story is that he is hanging around and looking up women's skirts.
The Greeter is a man who loved a woman that did not love him back. He went mad and wandered the streets tipping his hat and giving flowers to random women.
The Napoleonic soldier is a great photo op in the town square. The picture of Robin is current, but the picture of Robin and Steve was taken in 2004 when we first visited Bratislava. Notice that the soldier hasn't changed a bit!
Also noteworthy were the Hans Christian Anderson statue, the soldier in a guardhouse, random statues on the corners of buildings, and the Roland fountain which was built by King Maximilian II in 1572 to provide a public water supply.