Monument to Karl Marx (Russian: Памятник Карлу Марксу) is a monument situated at Karl Marx Square in the city of Rostov-on-Don, Rostov Oblast, Russia. It was installed in 1959 at the site of the old Karl Marx Monument, which was destroyed during World War II. It is officially declared as an object of Cultural heritage of Russia.
Felix Dzerzhinsky was born on 11 September 1877 at the Dzerzhinovo family estate, about 15 km (9.3 mi) away from the small town of Ivyanets, in the Minsk Region, a part of the Russian Empire (today Belarus). His aristocratic Catholic family belonged to the former Polish-Lithuanian szlachta (nobility), of the Samson coat of arms.
Arzamas is a city in Russia, located in the center of the right-bank part of Nizhegorodskaya oblast. It is situated in the hilly area on the high right bank of the Tesha River (the tributary of the Oka River), about 112 km south of Nizhny Novgorod and 410 km from Moscow.
An eternal flame is a flame, lamp or torch that burns continuously for an indefinite period. Most eternal flames are ignited and tended intentionally, but some are natural phenomena caused by natural gas leaks, peat fires and coal seam fires, all of which can be initially ignited by lightning, piezoelectricity or human activity, some of which have burned for thousands of years.
Fans of extreme sports will appreciate Ехtreme Park in the Arboretum of the Gaidar Park. In the vicinity Arzamas is well-connected to Nizhniy Novgorod and Diveyevo, home to the widely known Serafimo-Diveyevskiy Holy Trinity Convent. Alexander Pushkin’s Boldino estate, where he wrote his best works, is also a stone’s throw away.
When building a new house, people often turn to architects to kick off the project. However, a different model is becoming quite popular: design-build. Instead of dividing tasks between separate architecture and construction companies, you can hire a full-service Arzamas design-and-build company to complete your entire project, from initial sketches through final construction.
Almetyevsk - a monument installed in the center of the city on Lenin Square; Arzamas - two monuments in the city, in the Cathedral Square and Peace Square; Arkhangelsk - Only a few remain of the city's many monuments. The monument in the square is the last major Lenin monument to be established in the Soviet Union, in 1988. Others stand in Solombala on the Square, Terekhina on the street, and Gagarin in the yard.
On the other hand, this unattractive, mundane, modern world could be transformed and repurposed, made to look different. It could be saved by beauty – by making a sweeping change in interior design, books, buildings, and clothing, so that everyday life would become different, not just art.
In March 1926, Komsomol membership reached a NEP-period peak of 1,750,000 members: only 6 percent of the eligible youth population. Only when Stalin came to power and abandoned the NEP in the first Five Year Plan (1928–1933) did membership increase drastically.
The opening of the monument was thanks to the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Bulgaria in the Mission Ignat Kanev; the Board of Trustees of BICC "St. Dimitar "in Brampton with President Tsvetanka Hristoskova; with the organizational support and coordination of the Consul General of the Republic of Bulgaria in Toronto Petar Kraychev; donations and sponsorship by a number of our compatriots and associations of the Bulgarian community, both in Canada and Bulgaria.
Pamyatnik Zhertvam Politicheskikh Repressiy is also close to Stela V Chest’ Nagrazhdeniya Omskoy Oblasti Ordenom Lenina I Goroda Omska Ordenom Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni, Pamyatnik Fëdoru Mikhaylovichu Dostoyevskomu and Znak V Pamyat’ O Zhertvakh Stalinskikh Repressiy.
One of the main sights in the west of Moscow is Victory Park (Park Pobedy) which is located on what is known as Poklonnaya Gora (Submission Hill) as historically this was where guests coming to Moscow from the West were expected to bow down (poklonitsya) and pay homage.