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Monument to Gleb Zheglov and Volodya Sharapov to be Set up in Kamyshin
16.01.2015 14:59
Monument to Gleb Zheglov and Volodya Sharapov to be Set up in Kamyshin

Monument to heroes of the legendary Russian detective film The Meeting Place Can Not Be Changed will appear in Kamyshin.

      
The monument will be fixed up in a greenfiled area to be arranged in the territory of the Kamyshin Intermunicipal Division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. 

      
Artists are already working on the project of the two-meter monument. The first donations for the project implementation were made by Kamyshin police officers. Budgetary funds are not expected. The departmental labor union promised to allocate 300 thousand rubles to the project. 

      
So far there is only one monument to the glorified characters of Vladimir Vysotsky (Gleb Zheglov) and Vladimir Konkin (Volodya Sharapov). It is located in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Volgograd Region Kamyshin Russian Cinema   

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