Détails de l'emplacement

Détails de l'emplacement

Gogol monument on Malaya Konyushennaya

The idea of erecting a monument to Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol in St. Petersburg arose back in 1952. A corresponding stone was even laid on Manezhnaya Square, where the monument was supposed to be installed. However, he, forgotten by everyone, lay there for almost fifty years. And the monument to the writer appeared only in 1997, on one of the pedestrian streets of the city — [Malaya Konyushennaya] (http://kudago.com/spb/place/malaya-konyushennaya/).

By creating the monument, the authors tried to emphasize all the mystery and mysticism of the writer. A long coat falling on a granite pedestal, a look directed down, four cast lanterns next to it... According to the authors, all these elements should help citizens imagine as a writer with their hands folded on his chest, leisurely walks along the streets [of St. Petersburg] (http://kudago.com/spb/list/peterburg-gogolya/) and suddenly, thinking about it, freezes in one place, catching in his imagination a suitable plot for another immortal work.

The idea of erecting a monument to Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol in St. Petersburg arose back in 1952. A corresponding stone was even laid on Manezhnaya Square, where the monument was supposed to be installed. However, he, forgotten by everyone, lay there for almost fifty years. And the monument to the writer appeared only in 1997, on one of the pedestrian streets of the city — [Malaya Konyushennaya] (http://kudago.com/spb/place/malaya-konyushennaya/).

By creating the monument, the authors tried to emphasize all the mystery and mysticism of the writer. A long coat falling on a granite pedestal, a look directed down, four cast lanterns next to it... According to the authors, all these elements should help citizens imagine as a writer with their hands folded on his chest, leisurely walks along the streets [of St. Petersburg] (http://kudago.com/spb/list/peterburg-gogolya/) and suddenly, thinking about it, freezes in one place, catching in his imagination a suitable plot for another immortal work.

The idea of erecting a monument to Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol in St. Petersburg arose back in 1952. A corresponding stone was even laid on Manezhnaya Square, where the monument was supposed to be installed. However, he, forgotten by everyone, lay there for almost fifty years. And the monument to the writer appeared only in 1997, on one of the pedestrian streets of the city — [Malaya Konyushennaya] (http://kudago.com/spb/place/malaya-konyushennaya/).

By creating the monument, the authors tried to emphasize all the mystery and mysticism of the writer. A long coat falling on a granite pedestal, a look directed down, four cast lanterns next to it... According to the authors, all these elements should help citizens imagine as a writer with their hands folded on his chest, leisurely walks along the streets [of St. Petersburg] (http://kudago.com/spb/list/peterburg-gogolya/) and suddenly, thinking about it, freezes in one place, catching in his imagination a suitable plot for another immortal work.

Adresse

st. Malaya Konyushennaya

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/pamyatnik-gogolyu-na-maloj-konyushennoj/

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