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monument to Brodsky

On the last day of spring in 2011, a monument to Joseph Brodsky, a poet read in one breath by a new generation, a man who is read in one breath by a new generation, was erected in the park between houses 22 and 28 on Novinsky Boulevard was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, but was never recognized by the then existing state regime.

The monument is located exactly opposite the American Embassy, which is quite symbolic. After all, at one time, when Brodsky was considered an unworthy person under the Soviet regime and carried out all kinds of checks and interrogations, he left for America, leaving parents, friends and all his former in Russia life.

Despite the fact that Joseph Brodsky was born and lived in St. Petersburg, the monument was erected in Moscow. This is a real gesture of recognition of his merits in Russian and world literature, a tribute to his talent on the part of the state.

Sculptor Georgy Frangulyan became the author of the monument to Joseph Brodsky. His creations include the monument to Bulat Okudzhava on Stary Arbat, the monument to Aram Khachaturian in Bryusov Lane, the Pushkin monument in Brussels and the Boris Yeltsin monument in Yekaterinburg.

On the last day of spring in 2011, a monument to Joseph Brodsky, a poet read in one breath by a new generation, a man who is read in one breath by a new generation, was erected in the park between houses 22 and 28 on Novinsky Boulevard was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, but was never recognized by the then existing state regime.

The monument is located exactly opposite the American Embassy, which is quite symbolic. After all, at one time, when Brodsky was considered an unworthy person under the Soviet regime and carried out all kinds of checks and interrogations, he left for America, leaving parents, friends and all his former in Russia life.

Despite the fact that Joseph Brodsky was born and lived in St. Petersburg, the monument was erected in Moscow. This is a real gesture of recognition of his merits in Russian and world literature, a tribute to his talent on the part of the state.

Sculptor Georgy Frangulyan became the author of the monument to Joseph Brodsky. His creations include the monument to Bulat Okudzhava on Stary Arbat, the monument to Aram Khachaturian in Bryusov Lane, the Pushkin monument in Brussels and the Boris Yeltsin monument in Yekaterinburg.

On the last day of spring in 2011, a monument to Joseph Brodsky, a poet read in one breath by a new generation, a man who is read in one breath by a new generation, was erected in the park between houses 22 and 28 on Novinsky Boulevard was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, but was never recognized by the then existing state regime.

The monument is located exactly opposite the American Embassy, which is quite symbolic. After all, at one time, when Brodsky was considered an unworthy person under the Soviet regime and carried out all kinds of checks and interrogations, he left for America, leaving parents, friends and all his former in Russia life.

Despite the fact that Joseph Brodsky was born and lived in St. Petersburg, the monument was erected in Moscow. This is a real gesture of recognition of his merits in Russian and world literature, a tribute to his talent on the part of the state.

Sculptor Georgy Frangulyan became the author of the monument to Joseph Brodsky. His creations include the monument to Bulat Okudzhava on Stary Arbat, the monument to Aram Khachaturian in Bryusov Lane, the Pushkin monument in Brussels and the Boris Yeltsin monument in Yekaterinburg.

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22, Novinsky Boulevard

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https://kudago.com/msk/place/pamyatnik-brodskomu/

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