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New Art Objects Appeared on the Kazanskaya Embankment of the Tula Kremlin
13.06.2019 07:52
New Art Objects Appeared on the Kazanskaya Embankment of the Tula Kremlin

New art objects have been opened on the Kazanskaya Embankment of the Tula Kremlin. This is the author's creation of craftspeople working with metal. These objects include  the “butterfly trees” compositions prepared with the use of the technology of plasma metal cutting, benches shaped as butterflies. A horse figure made of 14 thousand metal letters of Russian and Latin alphabets has already been installed there.

      In the near future, new art objects will appear not only on the Kremlin Embankment. Five figures of elephants made of metal with the use of 3D-modeling technology will also be installed in Tula parks. The Tula Kremlin is a monument of defensive architecture of XVI century. It was built by decree of Prince Vasily III in 1507-1520 as the southern forward stronghold of the Moscow State.


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