Mini-sculpture Farewell to Lenin #136

This bronze mini-sculpture by sculptor Mikhail Kolodko and blacksmith Roman Murnik was inaugurated on November 11, 2017 at 11 am. 11 minutes near the bus and train stations in Uzhgorod. It was made in the form of a railroad car from the First World War. This symbolic mini-car was established on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution. This mini-sculpture is a kind of farewell to the history and ideology of Bolshevism. The pioneers came to open this grotesque mini-sculpture to hold Lenin. So it's no wonder that the mini-sculpture was called "Hasta la vista, Lenin", which means "Farewell to Lenin".

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