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Monument to Wedding Toast Unveiled in Novosibirsk
28.09.2011 12:22
Monument to Wedding Toast Unveiled in Novosibirsk
Monument to the wedding toast

An unusual monument has been installed in Krasny Prospekt, the central street of Novosibirsk. Two metres high sculpture created by professor of local Architecture Academy Alexander Krutikov presents two kissing figures of a man and a woman. They form number 8 – the sign of infinity as a symbol of eternal love. 

      New attraction decorates the territory of municipal complex “Paradise Garden”, where wedding receptions are held very often. The monument might enter the Guinness Books of Records.

      According to the TripAdvisor's rating Novosibirsk is one of the most popular cities among tourists, travelling to Russia. It takes the 7th place in Top-10 Russian travel destinations. The sculpture “Kiss” will probably become another remarkable sight attractive for visitors.


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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Novosibirsk Russian monuments Siberia  

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