Far Cry 6: Paint The Town statue locations

How to complete the mission for Zenia.

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The Paint The Town map below will help you find where all the statues are that you need to paint for Zenia in the Paint The Town mission in Far Cry 6. All of the statues are guarded by soldiers, so you have a choice between being stealthy or going in loud. If you try to openly fight your way around the whole city, you’re going to get overwhelmed pretty fast. And don’t try to take shortcuts through the blockaded parts of the city. You’ll face a lot of hostile soldiers and it’ll take longer, so only go in there if you absolutely have to.

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  1. This mission starts at the Mercurio Mecánico Guerrilla hideout, and the closest statue is a little way to the south of there in the middle of a major three-way intersection.
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  1. The next statue is a block west of the hideout. There’s a truckload of soldiers nearby, but they won’t necessarily notice you defacing the statue, so you’re best off ignoring them.
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  1. You’ll find a statue south west of Hotel Paraíso. There’s a truck patrolling around here, so wait for it to pass before you get your spray can out.
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  1. A little way south east of the El Rayo Cinema is another statue. The easiest way to get in and out of this plaza is via the sewer tunnel, the other end of which is a couple of blocks to the west. The statue is heavily guarded, and reinforcements will arrive quickly, so once you’ve cleared the area, paint the statue and get out of there fast.
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  1. There’s a statue on a little triangular lawn near the waterfront. If there’s a soldier patrolling here, wait for them to turn away before you get to work.
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  1. Another statue can be found on the waterfront, close to a little fort. This area’s pretty quiet in terms of soldiers, but do keep an eye out.
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  1. The next statue is on Palmera Promenade, which is a restricted area. Scale the rooftops from the north to get in, then get out fast.
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  1. A statue forms the centrepiece of Cartagena Park. It’s not well guarded unless you try to come at it from the north.
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  1. You’ll find the next statue in Los Reyes Plaza. There are soldiers around here, but they should ignore you if you don’t have any Heat.
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  1. There’s a statue in a little garden overlooking the rivermouth in the south of the city. It’s unguarded, but patrol trucks sometimes pass nearby.
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  1. Opposite the start point for the Malecon Miracle Mile checkpoint race is another mercifully unguarded statue.
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  1. The final statue is in Iselda Park on the eastern waterfront. There’s an army checkpoint near here, so take care.
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