Impressinve uplifting sculpture. This is classics of russian sculpting art, placed at colofull place.
About Minin & Pozharsky Monument
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Of course, every tourist should visit this place. And say hello to these two guys! Few people in Russia know what the two have done, but everyone loves them.
While this monument have historical value, I've found it for myself - average. Even though background of this monument is nice to have decent photos.
There is an interesting monument just in front of St. Basil's Cathedral at the Red Square commemorating Kuzma Minin and Prince Dmitry Pozharsky, the leaders of the all-Russian volunteer army which expel Polish occupying forces from Moscow in 1612 ending the conflict known as the...More
Another military monument, this one is placed in front of St. Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square. It's a good spot for this monument as both it and the Cathedral celebrate military victories from around the same time period. This monument commemorates Minin and Pozharsky’s defeat...More
The bronze statue in front of St. Basil's Cathedral is of historical importance to the people of Russia. The two personnel represents Prince Dmitry and Kizma Minin who led the volunteers to expel foreigners during the war in 1612. The bronze statue would appear much...More
It is amazing to see the change from the soviet society to the capitalist present system. You will see the most expensive shops in the Blum shopping, that has been the previous soviet market, with lots of people waiting to find something to buy. Sorry,...More
Situated in the shadow of St Basil's Cathedral, this statue is easily walked passed while you head for the more impressive and well-known Cathedral. However, if you pause to view it, it is an interesting historical statue of two early Russian military leaders. Perhaps not...More
As I myself has never been fascinated by any monument to a person I think this one as an average one. As it is visited during any visit to Red Square why not? It demonstrates a piece of history of Russia, but during excursions it...More
This monument is steeped in Russian history but stands directly in front of St Basil's Cathedral on Red Square and for me spoils many photos you want to get of the front of the cathedral.