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Monument to Tsarevitch Dmitry to Appear in Yaroslavl Region
20.02.2015 12:20
Monument to Tsarevitch Dmitry to Appear in Yaroslavl Region

A monument to Tsarevitch Dmitry will be set up in the Uglich Kremlin, Uglich town of the Yaroslavl Region.

The difficulty is that the territory of the Uglich Kremlin is included into the special protected zone, where it is forbidden to erect new objects more than 1.5 meters high. According to the author's concept, the sculpture of Tsarevitch Dmitry should be almost twice higher. Hence the authorities of Uglich conduct negotiations with the RF Culture Ministry. 

If the Culture Ministry does not grant permission for installing the monument in the historical zone of the Kremlin, the monument will be fixed up in another place. As an alternative option the monument can be set up in Uspenskaya Square to the right of Nikolsky Bridge. 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Uglich Orthodoxy Monuments   

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