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Tick Monument Set Up in Izhevsk
2.07.2014 23:29
Tick Monument Set Up in Izhevsk

A whole avenue of iron sculptures has been opened on the embankment of Izhevsk.

      It crowned the FERRUMFEST festival of metal sculptures. Among the art objects there are also very unusual ones, such as a tick, for example.

      The tick has settled on the embankment near the Industrial Technical School, it gets out of a crevice in a laying. Insect of the impressive sizes - about 1,5 meters. The inscription near the monster warns: "It is careful - a tick". By the way, now it is necessary to be especially accurate in the wood. So, since the season beginning already about 8 thousand inhabitants of Udmurtia asked for the help because of stings of pincers.

      The huge tick remains on the embankment until the end of summer. His "neighbors" - other iron sculptures - will soon move to Creative giving which settles down on Avangardnaya St.


Sources: http://izh.kp.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Unusual Monuments Izhevsk Monuments in Izhevsk   

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