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Monument to Marina Tsvetayeva Set Up in Tarusa
10.10.2006 12:30
Monument to Marina Tsvetayeva Set Up in Tarusa

A monument to Marina Tsvetayeva(1892-1941), a genius Russian poetess of the Silver Age has been set up in Tarusa town.
      
      The unveiling ceremony took place on the poetess' birthday, October 8.
      
      The monument was designed by Moscow sculptor Vladimir Soskiev and set up thanks to efforts of public organizations of Moscow and Tarusa, as well as those of the Tsvetayevs Family Museum.
      
      The monument to Marina Tsvetayeva is located in the town park on the bank of the river Oka.
      
      Right after the monument unveiling the sky above Tarusa was adorned with a rainbow, though it was not raining. Many people that had gathered by the monument took it for a good sign.
      
      Source: www.nikatv.ru


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