The bronze sculptures symbolizing 14 Turkish countries, which were exhibited on the Near East University campus, took their place in front of the Near East University Rectorate and the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which is under construction. Independent or autonomous Turkic republics and communities are symbolized in the monument. There are a total of 30 bronze sculptures in the composition. The magnificence of the sculptures completed at the Near East University Sculpture Workshop will increase once more with the opening of the new building of the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts!
The Near East University campus continues to integrate with art with the newly opened sculptures. Following the Hürriyet Monument, the Heralds Monument and the Technology Hunter Monument, which was opened last week, 14 bronze statues symbolizing 30 Turkish countries were placed in a special area. Thus, the number of monumental sculptures that were completed in the Near East University Sculpture Workshop and exhibited in the campus approached 200.
When the sculptures adorning the streets of TRNC outside the campus and the monumental sculptures exhibited in museums are added to this number, the number of sculptures completed by the Near East University Sculpture Workshop exceeds 500. Sculptures that appear in different fields make art a part of daily life in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.