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Саратов. Площадь вокруг  памятника Столыпину, открытого 17 апреля 2002 года в память о 140-летии со дня рождения знаменитого саратовского губернатора.
На пьедестале памятника выбиты слова Столыпина «Нам нужна великая Россия!». Как водится, фраза приведена не полностью, только в той части, что импонирует создателям памятника.  Губернатор произнес ее, имея в виду революционеров, и целиком она звучит так: «Им нужны— великие потрясения, нам нужна— великая Россия!»
http://oikumenesaratov.ucoz.ru/publ/saratov/saratov/saratov_ploshhad_stolypina_tekst_ija_cheremisina/6-1-0-17

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