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1905 monument Riga
Riga

Very few Russian Monuments remained in Riga since USSR collapse. One of them located on the right embankment between Stone and Railway bridges.

It is devoted to Russian Revolution of 1905 against the Czar (Russian King or Emperor) rule.
This monument depicts two real men trying to keep flag flying despite difficulties and wounds they got.

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