A week ago, I found a very interesting site. It is dedicated to the monuments of Belarus. This is no ordinary website. Photos of Lenin monuments are placed on it.
I found that about 70% of the monuments in Belarus are devoted to the "leader of the world proletariat." I agree with this figure: in fact, Lenin monuments are in many streets and squares of Belarusian cities. In every town or village there is Lenin street or Lenin Square. And every square is a monument to Lenin.
By the way, the guys from the site vseogomele.net found 18 (!) Lenin monuments in Gomel.
Lenin (Malorita, Brest region) with a very large head.
Lenin (Stolbtsy, Minsk region) with large hands
Lenin (Gomel, Navabelitsa) with an unusual right hand
Monument to Lenin in David-Gorodok, Brest region
Lenin monument in Minsk
Monument to Lenin in Kobrin, Brest region
Monument to Lenin in Orsha (Vitebsk region)
Monument to Lenin in Grodno
Mazyr, Gomel region
Pastavy, Vitebsk region
Bobruisk, Mogilev region
Vetka Gomel region
A lot monuments to Lenin stands in the villages and small towns. You see only a tiny part of the whole Belarusian Lenininana. Belarusian enthusiasts even offer to develop special tourist routes with the obligatory visit all the monuments of Lenin in the city (for example, in Vitebsk and Minsk). And I think people are willing to go to such tours.