Monument to John Hughes
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Monument to John Hughes

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The monument to the founder of the city of Donetsk (previously called Yuzivka) John James Hughes.

Before the creation of the monument, a competition in which was a sculptor Leonid Brin, but before the creation he died, so the monument began to make the project of Alexander soon.

The monument is made and delivered in 2001. Life-size, was intended for the well-perception.

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