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Lung-Shaped Ashtray Monument Set Up in Bashkiria
26.06.2013 11:53
Lung-Shaped Ashtray Monument Set Up in Bashkiria

An unusual ashtray has appeared in Salavat. It depicts a gravestone with attached lungs filled with cigarette stubs. 

      
“10 years of active smoking. Imperishable memory” – the inscription says. 

      
A photo of the unusual monument has been uploaded in the blog by the user Saifullinrr. According to him, the ashtray is made of stone, metal and glass. The stubs can be put directly into the lungs.

      
By the way, other monuments dedicated to body can be found in others cities of Russia as well. A heart monument embellishes the yard of the Heart Institute in Perm. The red granite sculpture is an exact anatomic copy of the major human organ. A liver monument flaunts in Saint Petersburg.


Sources: http://proufu.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Bashkiria Unusual Monuments Smoking in Russia   

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