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Sculpture "Youth"
Ukraine

Sculpture "Youth" was opened in 2008. Gave it to the town banker who worked in Donetsk for 20 years.


The sculpture - 3 meters and weighs 5 tons. Half-naked figure is the heroine of the poem of Vladimir Matvienko, whose words are engraved around the monument.

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Copyright: Ukraine
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Uploaded: 09/06/2013
Updated: 07/04/2014
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Tags: скульптуры; Памятники; бульвары; sculpture; monuments; boulevards
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