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Monuments to Architects to Appear at Squares of Moscow Railroad Terminals
24.02.2012 09:16
Monuments to Architects to Appear at Squares of Moscow Railroad Terminals
Fyodor Schechtel

Monuments to architects may possibly be set up in the squares of railways stations in Moscow.
      Moscow has few monuments to architects. As far as I know there are several of them in Tsaritsyno. Why dont we set up some more monuments, lets say to Fyodor Schechtel or Alexey Shchusev? chief architect of Moscow Alexander Kuzmin said.
      He mentioned that Moscow authorities give particular attention to accomplishment of areas near the railway stations. Works on improvement of areas surrounding railroad terminals have been held recently, and now expansion of these areas is discussed.
      Recently the sculpture of St. George the Victorious has appeared near the Yaroslavsky and Leningradsky terminals, and now the sculptor Scherbak works on a monument to the founder of the Russian railways Mr. Kuzmin added.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Architecture Monuments to People Moscow Monuments Russian Railways  

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