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“Miner” Monument

“Miner” Monument

Spomenik: “Miner” Monument in Velenje, Slovenia. Completed in 1953 by sculptor Alojzij Kogovšek. Socialist-era monument in the former Yugoslavia.

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin in Narva, Estonia. Completed in 1957 by sculptor Olav Männi. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Friendship of Nations Monument

Friendship of Nations Monument

The powerful Friendship of Nations Monument in Khobi, Georgia by sculptor Zurab Tsereteli. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

“Valul ai vantul”

“Valul ai vantul”

“Valul ai vantul” in Galați, Romania. Completed in 1977 by sculptor Ernest Kasnovschi. Socialist-era sculpture in the former Eastern Bloc.

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin inside the former Zeltini Missile Base, Latvia. Created in 1970 by sculptor G.Grundberga. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin in Grodno (Hrodna), Belarus. Completed in 1987 by sculptor Zaire Azgur. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Kinetic Fountain and Cascade

Kinetic Fountain and Cascade

Kinetic Fountain and Cascade in Brăila Romania. Completed in 1989 by sculptor Constantin Lucaci. Socialist-era sculpture in the former Eastern Bloc.

“Evolutie”

“Evolutie”

A sculpture entitled “Evolutie” in Galați, Romania. Completed in 1976 by sculptor Bella Crisan. Socialist-era monument in the former Eastern Bloc.

“The Archer”

“The Archer”

Sculpture entitled “The Archer” in Constanţa, Romania. Completed in 1961 by sculptor, Ion Jalea. Socialist-era artwork in the former Eastern Bloc.

Propeller Memorial

Propeller Memorial

Propeller Memorial (La Elice) in Galați, Romania. Completed in 1974 by sculptor Mircea Roibu. Socialist-era memorial in the former Eastern Bloc.

Monument to the Great Patriotic War

Monument to the Great Patriotic War

Monument to the Great Patriotic War (World War II) in Gyumri, the second-largest city in Armenia. Soviet-era war memorial in the former USSR.

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