EU countries by 'Entropa' representation

'Entropa' is a large and famously controversial art piece by Czech artist David Černý. Each of the 27 countries of the European Union (in 2009) were lampooned with a huge fiberglass sculpture. Can you guess the country from the cheeky parody?
If you don't know, you may be able to guess which country is which from the clue, as each country was deliberately represented by national stereotypes, and ironic twists of their politics and culture.
Entropa was made in 2009, all answers are the 27 EU countries at the time, Croatia was not among them.
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This country is plastered with strips of autobahn, possibly resembling a swastika?
Germany
Flat pack Gripen fighter planes, in an Ikea box
Sweden
The entire country is a concrete building site
Spain
A kitsch Dracula style theme park
Romania
This country has been sawed in half
Cyprus
A craggy mountain range
Latvia
This country has a huge banner reading "Grève!" draped in front of it
France
A safari hunter in a sauna sees pink safari animals
Finland
Brown fluffy bagpipes that play music
Ireland
A pretty green meadow, dominated by four huge nuclear cooling towers
Austria
Slabs of meat shaped like Brazil, Angola and Mozambique have been left to rot on the floor
Portugal
This country is flooded, the only visible buildings are mosque minarets
Netherlands
A few Brussels' Mannequin-Pis statues make aim for a neighbouring country
Lithuania
A pile of glowing hot ashes
Greece
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A box of half eaten chocolates, truffles in the north, French pralines in the south
Belgium
This country is made of Lego, some say resembling the prophet Muhammad?
Denmark
This country is a tool rack, holding the Soviet hammer and sickle in 'power tool' form
Estonia
A cave marking on a rock, which reads 'First tourists came here 1213'
Slovenia
A little golden nugget with a big 'For sale' sign stuck to it
Luxembourg
Iwo-Jima style Catholic priests raising a rainbow flag in a field of potatoes
Poland
A huge football pitch
Italy
Brussels' Atomium, made of sausages and melons
Hungary
A huge magnifying glass makes the dwarf elephant on this tiny country visible
Malta
What looks like a human body in a sack, tied up with Hungarian flags
Slovakia
A gilded LED sign, showing the controversial quotes from that country's president
Czech Republic
This famously Eurosceptic country is represented by an empty space
United Kingdom
The most notorious one, this country is a pretty mosaic of Turkish toilets
Bulgaria
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