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Monument to Stoned Fox Might Appear in Khabarovsk
26.06.2013 11:47
Monument to Stoned Fox Might Appear in Khabarovsk

Khabarovsk dwellers have decided to set up a monument to the notorious Stoned Fox.

      The sculpture 70 centimeters tall will be cast of bronze, the Dvnovosti report.

      The author of the monument – the local dweller Dmitry Pushkarsky – has invited the artist Adele Morse, who created the Stoned Fox, and the actor Nikita Dzhigurda for the unveiling ceremony, the date of which remains unknown so far. 

      The idea of setting up a monument to Stoned Fox came up after the competition Monuments That Don’t Exist, which was carried out by the city news portal in April, 2013. Locals have selected Stoned Fox to be the winner and then a temporary plaster copy of the future monument was installed near the downtown ponds.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Stoned Fox Khabarovsk Unusual Monuments   

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