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Monument Anatolia Solovyanenko
Ukraine

Here is a towering monument to the great operatic tenor, People's Artist of the USSR Anatoly Solovyanenko, who was born in Donetsk.

The monument was erected in 2002. Artist depicts a full-length, dressed in a concert suit the Duke of Verdi's "Rigoletto." The sculpture stands on a round pedestal round, based on cylinders which, in turn, represent the theatrical columns. Statue covered with gold leaf.

Copyright: Ukraine
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 25/04/2013
Updated: 04/04/2014
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Tags: памятник соловьяненко; памятники донецка; анатолий соловьяненко; solovyanenko monument; monuments of donetsk; anatoly solovyanenko
  • Valentin Ruban over 1 year ago
    Уважаемый, любимый народом и Великий певец, памятник заслуженный и красивый.
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