Art project. Faces of Victory in the cities of Russia

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On Facebook, snapshots of attention-grabbing projects have been published. stories Great Patriotic War. Thus, a collage of photos of Soviet soldiers who participated in the Berlin operation created by Stavropol’s craftsmen is demonstrated. From hundreds of photos created canvas, known throughout the world - the canvas "Taking the Reichstag."

If you come closer to the canvas, you can see the faces of those who forged a victory over Nazism.

Residents and guests of Stavropol project awaits in one of the parks for recreation. The project was implemented in the framework of the campaign "We won."

Art project. Faces of Victory in the cities of Russia


Similar projects have been implemented in other cities of Russia. Thus, in Nizhny Novgorod, a photo portraying a Soviet tankman was laid out from the portraits of the participants of the Great Patriotic War.



It can be said that such an action may soon be picked up all over Russia - like the “Immortal Regiment” action, which has already been taken by foreign countries: from Ukraine to the USA, from Kazakhstan to Nigeria.
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  1. +5
    19 2017 June
    There are three such canvases in Nizhny Novgorod ... and they have been there for at least three years ..






    1. 0
      19 2017 June
      These collages appeared in May 2013. Believe Nizhny Novgorod.
  2. +2
    19 2017 June
    But when will this fool-house end !!! am Stop writing something on social networks, create a special site, or use the MO site! !! Went crazy -all through ryloknigu (Facebook) !!! fool
    1. +4
      19 2017 June
      Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
      Went crazy -all through ryloknigu (Facebook) !!!

      Well, go to the Russian spring. There and the video is uploaded. Awesome! When you see all these faces ..... In Berlin, you would imagine such a picture! Remind "some"
      http://rusvesna.su/news/1497847928
      1. +2
        19 2017 June
        Quote: Egoza
        Remind "some"

        Or at least teach it first. Not everyone can be reminded. The level of education is on top. Generation Yegashnikov ... Forgive them Yuri Alekseevich ...
  3. +4
    19 2017 June
    honestly, I am afraid that the power to seize the Victory as a kind of symbol that will cover it and as a result, it will depreciate among the people.
    Not to mention that linking it with the modern state of the Russian Federation with its constant anti-Sovietism smells like schizophrenia. This is very unpleasant, but in fact it is a huge problem. Contradictions are growing.
    1. +2
      19 2017 June
      Veterans and children of war are still alive, this will not happen. And so, Eugene, you are absolutely right - unfortunately the problem is looming
  4. +1
    19 2017 June
    Quote: tacet
    These collages appeared in May 2013. Believe Nizhny Novgorod.

    In Stavropol, they appeared in 2015. What I didn’t know was that these panels are transportable Kamrad Egoza gave the link http://rusvesna.su/news/1497847928. This collage is now installed at the main entrance to Victory Park. I don’t know whether the second one is in place or not, I don’t often visit the place where the panel was previously installed. And it was installed on Fortress Hill (formerly Komsomol Hill) opposite the Memorial to the Fallen and the Eternal Flame
    Below is a view of these panels on Fortress Hill and the Memorial. True, this is from the Google Earth resource, but nonetheless


    1. 0
      20 2017 June
      Can you tell me in which year the Kremlin was founded in Stavropol?
  5. 0
    21 2017 June
    Quote: tacet
    Can you tell me in which year the Kremlin was founded in Stavropol?

    There has never been a Kremlin in Stavropol. You probably mixed up with photos of a similar panel in Nizhny Novgorod.
    There was a fortress in Stavropol. It was laid in 1777, as one of the ten fortresses of the Azov-Mozdok fortified line

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