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Russia's Biggest Monument to Scientists Unveiled in Chernogolovka
27.12.2016 19:09
Russia's Biggest Monument to Scientists Unveiled in Chernogolovka
Vladimir Fortov and Oleg Yegorov at the unveiling ceremony

The mayor claimed it to be the most important monument to scientists in modern Russia.

      The monument set up in the central square of Chernogolovka, a science town near Moscow, ws unveiled by President of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladimir Fortov and Chernogolovka Mayor, Oleg Yegorov.

      The sculptural composition depicts the founder of chemical physics and Nobel Prize winner Nikolai Semenov and his associate Fedor Dubovitskij, the Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

      The monument consists of bronze sculptures of scientists, each of them over four meters high and their "study room" with chairs and a desk.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Nikolai Semenov Fedor Dubovitskij Monuments to People   

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