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Krasnoyarsk: Tsar-Ryba
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Блестящая кованая «Царь-рыба», памятник одноименному произведению Виктора Астафьева, взобралась на вершину Слизневского быка и стала тем притягательным местом, куда сегодня в первую очередь заезжают туристы, маршрут которых лежит чуть далее – на родину большого русского писателя Виктора Астафьева.

Памятник установлен на смотровой площадке у реки Енисей, с которой хорошо видна небольшая деревушка Овсянка, где родился, жил и работал писатель Виктор Павлович Астафьев (1924–2001), автор повести «Царь-рыба». Установлен в 2004 году к 80-летию писателя.

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