Monday night’s blaze trapped dozens of people in their cars trying to flee a barreling wall of flames.
The inferno killed at least 74 people.
The blaze, which erupted in the small resort village of Mati, is the worst the country has seen in over a decade.
The 24-foot-tall sculpture is called "Phylax," which in Greek means “guardian.”
More than a dozen people were killed in the flash floods.
Lucas Papademos was injured and taken to hospital after the explosion.
Photographs show a carriage on its side near a residential area in northern Greece.
“With the rise of hatred globally, maybe this is a good time for this."
Beijing and Washington have the immense challenge of avoiding war between a rising power and an established one.