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Monument to the Chernobyl Victims

Monument to the Chernobyl Victims

Monument to the Chernobyl Victims in the city of Slavutych, Ukraine. Completed in 1988. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Monument to Fertility

Monument to Fertility

Monument to Fertility in Dilijan, a small spa town in the central region of Armenia. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Monument

Monument

An unknown plaque in Chiatura, a small manganese mining town in western Georgia (Caucasus). Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Monument of 300 Aragveli

Monument of 300 Aragveli

Monument of 300 Aragveli in Tbilisi, Georgia. Completed in 1959 by architect: A. Bakradze. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Deda Ena (Mother Tongue) Statue

Deda Ena (Mother Tongue) Statue

Deda Ena (Mother Tongue) Statue in Tbilisi, Georgia (Caucasus). Constructed between 1981 and 1983. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Monument to the Soviet Army

Monument to the Soviet Army

Monument to the Soviet Army in the small town of Antonovo, northeast Bulgaria. Socialist-era monument in the former Eastern Bloc.

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin outside Parliament in Tiraspol, Transnistria. Completed in 1987 by sculptor I.V. Tomsky. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin outside the House of Soviets in Tiraspol, Transnistria. Sculptor G. Solominov. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Monument to Jacques Lipchitz

Monument to Jacques Lipchitz

Monument to Jacques Lipchitz in Druskininkai, a spa town on the Nemunas River in southern Lithuania. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin

Monument to Vladimir Lenin in Grūtas Park (Druskininkai), Lithuania. Completed in 1952 by sculptor N. Tomskis. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

Monument to Alexander Tamanian

Monument to Alexander Tamanian

Monument to Alexander Tamanian in Yerevan, Armenia. Completed in 1974 by sculptor, Artashes Hovsepyan. Soviet-era monument in the former USSR.

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