Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

First Monument to Admiral Kolchak Appears in Omsk
19.10.2012 20:10
First Monument to Admiral Kolchak Appears in Omsk

Presently the Admiral Kolchak monument created by the Moscow sculptor Mikhail Nogin is stored unassembled in Omsk

      While Omsk communists are fighting against the sculpture by Mikhail Nogin, another monument to Alexander Kolchak has already been set up in Omsk. The first Omsk monument to the admiral has already appeared at the corner of the same name restaurant Kolchak. The official unveiling has not taken place yet: the workers are putting the finishing touches. The unveiling ceremony is scheduled to November 4 and will be timed to the admiral’s birthday. 

      Communists have tried different ways of fighting against the monument to Kolchak in Omsk, and are trying to ban it in a legislative way now; so far their attempts have been in vain. Deputies of the Omsk City Council have refused to debate the communists’ bill that forbids setting up monuments to non-rehabilitated persons.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Monuments to People Monuments in Omsk Alexander Kolchak   

Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

WG Fest 2018 - Online Battles in Moscow
Exhibition Face 2 Face in Moscow
Exhibition The East. Different Beauty in Moscow
Exhibition about Mahatma Gandhi in Moscow House of Artist
Antique Sculpture Exhibition "Palace in the Palace"

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

search on the map
Russian tourism  Red Square  Zarechny  Vadim Derbenyov  International space station  Ryurik Site  Alexei German Jr.  Burial Grounds  Kazan Cathedral  Amur Region  Belokurikha  Moscow  GDP forecast  Russian art  Archeology  Ministry of Education and Science   Nizhny Novgorod Region  Sochi 2014  Yakutia  Russian cuisine  Zaryadye  Pioneers  Zhora Kryzhovnikov  Street Art  Festivals in Moscow  Narimanov  Krymsk  National Dishes  Russian tourists  Exhibitions in Moscow  Suzdal  Kasimov  Filling Stations  Kurgan Region  State Hermitage Museum  Russian businessmen  public transport  Contemporary Arts  Russian history  Russian universities  Cyprus  Russian Cinema  Travellers  Oleg Deripaska  Svetlana Zakharova  Tretyakov Gallery  Russian regions  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Russian business  St. Petersburg 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites