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City Hunter: the Oddest Moscow Monuments
Moscow is full of such breathtaking monuments, that when you see them, the only thought is What is it and why is it here?!. Try to guess why the following sculptures have appeared in the city.
--16-11-2011--
City Hunter: Philosophical Monuments in Moscow
Why people create monuments? To commemorate significant events, to honor heroes, to entertain public or to express something important? Try to understand it while watching monuments that we can call philosophical. Human vices, Russian intellectuals and forbidden fruit - there is something to think about.
--22-11-2011--
City Hunter: Moscow Monuments to Famous Asian People
Moscow is one of the most extraordinary cities in the world. Here you can easily meet Gandhi, read a book next to Firdawsi and meditate with Confucius.
--02-05-2012--
City Hunter: Moscow Monuments Dedicated to Professions
City Hunter continues the exploration of Moscow sculpture. In addition to romantic and animal monuments today we can name several out-of-the-ordinary statues, dedicated to different workers like yard cleaner, plumber and teacher.
--01-11-2011--
City Hunter: Animal Monuments in Moscow
That is amazing how Muscovites like to create monuments, dedicated to different animals. Some of them are just for fun, others are to symbolize something important like friendship or compassion. Strolling along the streets, you can suddenly find a bronze duck or a little bee, and that will be a great surprise and a reason for a smile.
--01-11-2011--
City Hunter: Romantic Moscow Monuments
Moscow is not only the Kremlin and the Tretyakov Gallery. It doesn't end with the most famous museums and big names. This amazing city can be much more than you imagine. There are plenty of beautiful lanes, ancient areas, nice places hidden from the crowd, fanciful art cafes, quiet bookshops and the most unusual monuments in the world.
--01-11-2011--


News:

A Monument To Dagestani Poet Unveiled In Moscow
Rasul Gamzatov's monument unveiling ceremony took place at Yauzsky Boulevard in Moscow.
--27-07-2013--
Three New Monuments To Appear In Moscow
Construction of three new monuments has been approved by State Duma.
--27-06-2013--
Monuments Will Disappear From Moscow Streets
The administration of Moscow has come up with a new way to save monuments from destruction.
--24-06-2013--
Monuments to Architects to Appear at Squares of Moscow Railroad Terminals
Monuments to architects may possibly be set up in the squares of railways stations in Moscow.
--24-02-2012--
Monument to John Paul II Unveiled in Moscow
On October 14, a monument to late Pope John Paul II was unveiled in the couryard of the Library of Foreign Languages in Moscow.
--18-10-2011--
Monuments to Aleksandr Tvardovsky and Mstislav Rostropovich to be Set up in Moscow
Monuments to the poet Aleksandr Tvardovsky and musician Mstislav Rostropovich will be set up in Moscow in 2012.
--29-09-2011--
Muslim Magomayev Monument to Appear in Moscow
Monument to the Peoples Artist of the USSR - celebrated singer Muslim Magomayev will be unveiled by the Azerbaijan Embassy in Moscow on September, 15th.
--06-09-2011--
Monument to Prince Vladimir Might Appear in the Center of Moscow
Setting up a monument to Prince Vladimir, revered as the baptizer of Russia, has been suggested by the Coordination Council established specially for that occasion.
--04-08-2011--
Monument to Peter the Great and Central House of Artist to Remain on their Places
The prefect of the Central Administrative District of Moscow Sergey Baidakov has assured that the much-spoken-of monument to Peter I towering over the city center will not be shifted.
--03-08-2011--
Brodsky Monument Unveiled in Moscow
Monument to poet Joseph Brodsky will be unveiled today in the framework of the closing of the Cherry Orchard Festival 2011
--31-05-2011--





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