This bronze mini-sculpture by sculptor Mikhail Kolodko and Koval Roman Murnik was inaugurated on November 11, 2017 at 11 o’clock. 11 min. near bus and train stations Uzhgorod’s (GPS: 48.609164, 22.298584). It was made in the form of a railway car from the first world war. This symbolic mini-trailer was installed on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the October revolution.
This mini-sculpture is a kind of farewell to history and the ideology of Bolshevism. At the opening of this grotesque mini-sculpture in order to to conduct Lenin came the pioneers. Therefore, it is not surprising that the mini-sculpture was named “Hasta la vista, Lenin”, which means ” goodbye Lenine”.
Regarding the shape of the mini-sculpture, it was chosen not by chance, but reflects an important historical moment. In April 1917, during the First world war, V. Lenin addressed the government Germaniumи with the offer to let him pass along with his party colleagues in the Russian Empire, which at that time was at war with Germany. The German government allowed V. Lenin to pass, because it hoped that Lenin would be able to organize a coup in Russia. Of Russia and end the war with Germany. Lenin justified the hopes of the Germans by concluding with them, after coming to power, the separate Brest-Litovsk peace. However, this did not save Germany from losing the First world war. Your journey from Switzerland to Russia through the territory of Germany, Lenin and his comrades made it in a sealed train, which Mikhail Kolodko reproduced in its mini-sculpture. If you take a flashlight and look inside the trailer, you can see the bust of the leader of the world proletariat.
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