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Wooden Ruble Monument Might be Restored in Tomsk
17.12.2014 18:09
Wooden Ruble Monument Might be Restored in Tomsk

The famous Tomsk sculptor Oleg Kislitsky concerned about ruble devaluation suggests restoring the rouble monument.

The monument to national currency is expected to enhance Russian population’s confidence in the rouble.

“There used to be such a monument in Tomsk until recently, but it was not in its proper place. The wooden ruble monument is just inappropriate in the square named New Cathedral Square. The monument should stand in the place where money is printed, kept or managed” - the sculptor Oleg Kislitsky told to Interfax agency.

The New Cathedral Square in Tomsk lost the monument in May, 2014. The ruble coin made of pine wood in the scale 100:1 was damaged by vandals, who broke the protective glass and partially scathed the monument. The composition had to be dismantled and never brought back to its place.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Ruble Tomsk Tomsk Monuments Unusual Monuments  

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