Monuments on Svobody avenue



ID number:
05903
Title:
Monuments on Svobody avenue
City:
Description:
In the early December of 1939 a monument to Stalin’s Friendship of Nations was placed on Hetmanski Valy (Hetman’s ramparts) street, on the axis of the main walking alley, not far from the well with the Mother of God statue. It was a figure composition decorated with red flags and the emblems of the Soviet republics. A 20-meter-high obelisk was added to this sculptural composition in the early 1940. On the opinion of Yuriy Biriuliov, an art critic and expert in Lviv sculpture, here again, as it was in the case of the monument to Stalin’s Constitution, the authors of the idea were sculptor Serhiy Lytvynenko and Mykhailo Dmytrenko, an artist from Kyiv; the idea was realized by sculptors Yevhen Dzyndra and Andriy Koverko.
Subject:
Monument to Jan III Sobieski, street, people
Creator:
Unknown
Publisher:
Publishing House "Centr Europy", Lviv
Date:
1940
Format:
4x9
Copyright:
Volodymyr Rumyantsev
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