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Monument To Vladimir Vysotsky In Rostov
29.08.2014 01:37
Monument To Vladimir Vysotsky In Rostov

A monument to Vladimir Vysotsky was opened in Rostov, the money for the monument has been raised for five years, as the tourism portal of the city says.

      About two hundred of residents of Rostov came to the House of Cinema on Pushkinskaya in order to take part in the long-awaited event. The cost of the monument made up 2.5 million roubles. Fundraising began in 2009. However, they managed to collect only one-fifth of the money needed - 500 thousand – during all this time. The rest was added by charity. The bronze Vysotsky was created by the famous Rostov sculptor Anatoly Sknarin. The sculpture is 2.3 meters high, the height of the monument together with the pedestal makes up 3.4 meters.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Vladimir Vysotsky     

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