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Electrician Monument to Appear in Izhevsk this Summer
23.04.2013 10:23
Electrician Monument to Appear in Izhevsk this Summer

The location of the upcoming electrician sculpture in Izhevsk is kept secret so far, but it is known, how it will look:  the monument will depict a worker feeding a sparrow.

      There will be seven birds involved in the monument, everyone having its own character.

      Artists are not going to be satisfied with only one “electrician” and plan to create a series of monuments to simple workers. Thus, Izhevsk will also acquire a plumber sculpture, also with the presence of sparrows. 


Sources: http://izh.kp.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Unusual Monuments Izhevsk Municipal Improvement   

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