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Monument to Peresvet on the Pokrovskaya Mountain.
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Monument to Alexander Peresvetu, the legendary soldier and the monk, the participant of Kulikovsky fight which has fallen in single combat with the Tatar athlete Chelubeem. In Russian Orthodox Church it is canonized.

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