Entropa portrays Bulgaria as a toilet, Romania as a Dracula theme-park and France as a country on strike....Indeed, it's possible!
The Netherlands is shown as series of minarets submerged by a flood — a possible reference to the nation's simmering religious tensions.
Germany is shown as a network of motorways vaguely resembling a swastika....The old swastika — on a government building.
Cerny would like to know "if Europe is able to laugh at itself."
UPDATE: Czech Deputy Prime Minister Alexandr Vondra says:
"I apologise to Bulgaria and its government if it feels offended..."...
"We wanted to prove that 20 years after the fall of the Iron Curtain, there is no censorship," said the former Czech dissident.
But he refused to share the platform with the artist, who insisted his piece was in the European tradition of satire, like Monty Python and France's Les Guignols.
He also denied that the Lego entry for Denmark was a representation of one of the controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad that appeared in 2005.
AND: Here's a picture of the Demark section.