Over 100 Christian residents led by their priest in Athens marched to the site of a controversial sculpture, which many thinks depicts Lucifer, and demanded its removal. The protesters held Greek flags, icons and sang hymns where the sculpture Phylax stands, according to Greek Reporter. The sculpture, an image of a red naked man with wings, made by artist Kostis Georgiou, was installed near the Palaio

Faliro marina in Trokadero, south of Athens, last month, according to Neos Kosmos. The priest sprinkled “holy water” on the statue to “exorcise its demons.” The statue has suffered two vandalism attacks since its installation on Dec. 5. What may have caused concerns among the Christians is that the Palaio Faliro Municipality named the statue “guardian-angel” of the South Athens suburb. READ MORE