Monument to Vladimir Vysotsky description and photo - Ukraine: Mariupol. Detailed information about the attraction. Description, photos and a map showing the nearest significant objects.
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The monument to the actor and musician Vladimir Vysotsky was erected in 2003 in the city center in front of the restaurant "Meeting Place", next to the main post office. The first monument to V. Vysotsky in the form of a stone pedestal was opened here in January 1998, in honor of the 60th anniversary of the musician, actor and poet. The authors of the monument were Yuri Ivanovich Baldin and Efim Viktorovich Kharabet. This was the first monument to V. Vysotsky, which was installed in the country.
The stone pedestal depicted the profile of a famous musician and actor in the image of Hamlet, a sword, "finicky horses" and a theater curtain. Also on the pedestal was the inscription "Mariupol does not give its love to random people." The profile was made of bronze, and the torch-shaped stele was carved from black granite.
Valery Zolotukhin, Alexey Buldakov, Semyon Farada, Yuri Lyubimov and Vitaly Shapovalov attended the grand opening of the monument to V. Vysotsky. In addition, in January 1998, a memorial plaque was erected on the building of the Iskra Palace of Culture in honor of the performance of V. Vysotsky on its stage in March 1973.
In 2003, at the site It was decided to build a new monument on the monument, on which V. Vysotsky was portrayed in the image of investigator G. Zheglov from the film "The meeting place cannot be changed." The grand opening of the monument took place in honor of the 65th anniversary of V. Vysotsky. The new sculpture was made of a synthetic compound by the Mariupol sculptors Igor and Vladimir Zhigulin. The height of the monument is two meters.
In 2006, a crack appeared on the chest of the monument.
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