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Paul Bunyan Statue, Bangor
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  • This is across from the Hollywood Casino hotel, next to convention center. Can miss seeing it. No charge to.view. 
  • If you don't have much time in Bangor, this is the reminder to bring home with you: pictures of Paul Bunyan statue! We stayed across the street at Hollywood Casino Hotel and this was our only memento ...  more »
  • While in Bangor, make sure you visit the Paul Bunyan statue. It is right across the street from the casino (Hollywood). This statue besides being very large, has fine detail. Although the locals take ...  more »
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  • This enormous, creepy statue is surprisingly well hidden. We drove past it three times without even noticing it. Which seems crazy once we finally had it pointed out to us. The statue is hidden behind trees and the corner of a building. What is meant to be charming and campy is vaguely terrifying. If you're on the roof of the casino parking lot, you can get a good view of this weird giant man with too many teeth. There is no Babe the Blue Ox to accompany Paul. Find raising efforts have stalled, over the years, we were told by a local guide. So what you're left with is this big butch lumberjack which I assume the homosexual Bangor residents worship as a homoerotic icon. All Bangor gay pride parades should start or end here.
  • Iys amazing been here so long it's got grass under his feet looks like paul bunyon when I met him that one time
  • Everybody knows that Paul Bunyan was a real Maine myth and all of the other false claims are false. What isn't commonly known is that Babe the Blue Ox was really turquoise.
  • although it appears that multiple states claim to be home to Paul Bunyan, the statue was super cool
  • A perfect likeness!! Uncanny! And convenient to Circle K!