Manor Ostafyevo, monument to prince Vyazemsky. May 2011.

Manor Ostafyevo, monument to prince Vyazemsky. May 2011.

The monument to the poet, the literary critic, the owner of manor to prince Peter Andreevichu Vjazemsky is opened in Ostafeve count Sergey Dmitrievichem Sheremetev in 1913.

The author of the project academician Nikolay Zaharovich Panov.

The bronze bust is cast in Guido Nelli's Petersburg workshop from the plaster original executed in 1855 by princess Tereziej Oldenburg. On lateral sides of a pedestal - lines from P.A.Vjazemskogo's poem of "Ostafyevo" (1857).

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