Keep a series of photographs of monuments in Moscow. Moscow is a huge city with a long history. And when you get acquainted with the monuments of Moscow, then immediately realise that Moscow has always been the capital of a multi-ethnic State. Dozens of monuments to people who contributed to the culture and history of Russia, can be seen on the streets of the capital.
Today decided to post pictures 4-x. The choice may seem unusual — poets, military commander and statesman. Actually nothing strange-Moscow Monuments reflect the multifaceted history of not only the city, but across the country.
Another point, why these 4 monument entered in this material is easy, all located on the same line, if you go on Kutuzovsky Avenue in the direction of new Arbat. Actually on Kutuzov Avenue monuments significantly more, but in this case on my route were these monuments.
The Monument Of Yanka Kupala
Janko monument Kupala, Belarusian poet and playwright, was installed on Kutuzov Avenue in 2007 year. The authors of the monument are the Belarusian sculptor Leo and Sergey Gumilevskie. The project of the monument was approved by the President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko.
Monument to Peter Ivanovich Bagration-General of infantry, hero won 1812 year
The monument is located on Kutuzov Avenue P. Bagration. Combat General, hero of the Patriotic War of 1812 onwards. Paâmtnik General was established in September 1999 year. The author of the sculpture is academician. Merabishvili.
Monument To Taras Shevchenko
Monument to Ukrainian writer and poet, author of Poet and Haidamaks was installed near the hotel Ukraine July 10, 1964 year. Installation of the monument was initiated by Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev and timed to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the birth of writer.
The authors of the monument-sculptors Yu.l. Sinkevich, A.s. Fuženko, M.y. Gritsyuk.
Monument To Pyotr Stolypin Dranchuk
Monument to Pyotr Stolypin Dranchuk was installed near the Government House in the year 2012. The choice of this statesman is not accidental. His reforms brought the country to a leading place in the world, and the phrase became a cruise.
The authors of the monument has become a collective of authors-Anton and Mikhail Plohockie, Andrey Korobtsov, Volodymyr Oleinikov, Konstantin Filipov and Jaroslav Konstantin Borodin Zubrilin and Nikolay Sidorov, Salavat Scherbakov, Igor Voskresensky.