Add to favorite
 
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

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   

Next Previous


You might also find interesting:

Art Exhibition ... Glamor Disquietudes of Holidays in Moscow
27.09.2018
Two Russian Films Compete at London Film Festival
15.10.2018
Over 250 Events to Be Held in Moscow on the Flag Day
17.08.2018
Vocal Canvases. Mountains Classical Organ Concert and Ethnic Georgian Choir
07.04.2018
Inclusive Festival "Spiritualization 2018" in Moscow
25.08.2018







Comment on our site


RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

-8

search on the map
TAGS:
Maria Sharapova  Eduard Nazarov  Russian Nature  beach soccer  Volzhsky  Russian tourism  Crimea  Krasnodar Territory  Viruses  Russian oil companies  Russian shops  Russian Museum of Ethnography  Hoffmann  Russian singers  Russian Standard Bank  human rights in Russia  corruption in Russia  Olga Berggolts  Russian advertising market  Pavel Nakhimov  Russian religion  Yakutsk  Lovers Bench  Proton Therapy  genomics  Belorusskaya  Yermak  Archeological Finds  Sakhalin  Russian business  Russian Composers  Archeology  Russian souvenirs  St. Petersburg  Rusian business  Exhibitions in Moscow  Russian painters  Elections 2012  Russian Cinema  Russian Literature  Russian North  Diane Arbus  alcohol market  Russian rouble  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Russian history  Moscow  Architecture Monuments  Elbrus  Stuttgart 


Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites