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Monument to Levsha and Steel Flea May Appear in Tula Kremlin
23.01.2015 14:42
Monument to Levsha and Steel Flea May Appear in Tula Kremlin

The monument Taming of English Flea by Tula Lefty may possibly appear in the Tula Kremlin, press-service of the regional government reports.

      
The monument depicting a huge steel flea tamed by the smith Levsha (aka the Cross-eyed Lefty) from Tula is planned to be fixed up near the malls in the Kremlin. Workshops, exhibitions, fairs and interactive folklore programs will be held here.

      
The insect will look like an aggressive heavily armed cyborg, which is tamed by the Tula handyman Levsha with his incredible skill, courage and wit. 

      
The composition will include handyman Levsha's nails and visitors will have an opportunity to touch a nail as the symbol of Tula and Russian victory.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tula Monuments Unusual Monuments Tula   

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