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

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   

Next Previous


You might also find interesting:

VR Project Fairy Tale Sanctuary in Moscow
21.02.2020
MMS Showcase Festival
28.02.2020
Amadeus Concerts Co Presents Organ vs. Balalaika in Saint Petersburg
07.10.2019
Summer Music Park Concert in St. Petersburg
14.08.2019
Performances of the Sovremennik and the Vakhtangov Theaters to be Streamed for Free
07.04.2020







Comment on our site


RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

search on the map
TAGS:
Izrazets  sputnik  Vladivostok  Sokolniki Park  Astrophysics  Stars on Baikal   Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Darwin   Russian businessmen  Russian Museums   Rock Concerts  Ostankino TV Tower  Lokomotiv Moscow  travel to Russia  curious  Archeological Finds  Russian Lace  Russian business  Exhibitions in Moscow  Ukraine  employment in Russia  Russian visa  Russian companies  Mrs Russia 2012  Concerts in St. Petersburg  Google maps  Festivals in Moscow  contracts  Karachay-Cherkessia  Moskva River  St. Petersburg  TNK-BP  Stavropol Territory  Russian tourism  Smolensk  Burial Grounds  The Romanov Family  Russian Bears  Pyotr Konchalovsky  Russian Cinema  Street Art  hospitality in Russia  Museums of Artists  Moscow  buy Russian designers  Beeline  Kazan  Crimes  physics  Russian regions 


Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites