Restoration of the Malaya Zemlya memorial complex began in Novorossiysk

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Restoration of the Malaya Zemlya memorial complex began in Novorossiysk

In the hero city of Novorossiysk, they began to restore the “Malaya Zemlya” memorial complex. The object has a great culturalhistorical meaning, to a large extent being a symbol of the city. The monument was erected at the landing site of the heroic amphibious assault under the command of Major Caesar Kunikov during the Great Patriotic War.

Novorossiysk Mayor Andrey Kravchenko announced the start of reconstruction work on his Telegram channel.

The official noted that natural conditions and time had cruelly treated the monument, which is an object of cultural heritage, negatively affecting its appearance. Therefore, it was decided to begin its restoration, as well as the renovation of the surrounding area. The first stage of work has already begun - scientific and design documentation for the work has been drawn up.

In addition, emergency measures were taken to prevent further destruction of the facility. Workers removed granite slabs and cladding, as well as a layer of plaster on the consoles. Then they sealed the seams and strengthened the façade cladding. Some of the fittings were cleaned of corrosion, and they decided to replace the other part.

The mayor emphasized that the memorial complex must be preserved and restored, as it is a reminder of the feat of Soviet liberator soldiers.


Late last month, the total cost of restoration work was made public. It amounts to 450 million rubles.
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  1. +9
    15 May 2024 19: 34
    No matter how much it costs, it must be restored. This is a sacred thing.
    1. +3
      15 May 2024 19: 56
      No matter how much it costs

      It definitely needs to be restored. Why feed the swindlers?
      Welded structure, lined with tiles. Without heating, sewerage, water supply and serious electrics. In addition, not construction, but renovation. Meanwhile
      "Calculation of the construction of a 17-storey single-section house with underground parking
      Price: 308 ₽" This is construction and installation work with all documentation from the design to registration of ownership.
      https://stroy54.ru/raschet-stroitelstva-17-ti-etazhnogo-zhilogo-doma/

      Actually, let the builders have their say. That would be nice.
      1. +1
        15 May 2024 20: 57
        Restoration is a major overhaul x 10. So the price tag is adequate.
      2. -2
        15 May 2024 21: 36
        Quote: dauria
        "Calculation of the construction of a 17-storey single-section house with underground parking
        Price: 308 ₽"
        Do not confuse standard construction with restoration of a unique object. Of course, its artistic and cultural value may be a matter of debate, but its uniqueness is beyond doubt. And again, those who performed their military duty there are not to blame for the fact that legends were invented around those events related to one specific “agronomist” who reaped a huge harvest from Malaya Zemlya. They, unlike him, deserve a monument and memory.
        1. 0
          15 May 2024 21: 59
          Do not confuse standard construction with restoration of a unique object

          I see . After all the contractors, subcontractors, etc.. in the end they will hire a team of Tajik tilers at the rate of 700 rubles per sq. m.
        2. +5
          16 May 2024 00: 07
          Quote: Nagan
          And again, those who performed their military duty there are not to blame for the fact that legends were invented around those events related to one specific “agronomist” who reaped a huge harvest from Malaya Zemlya. They, unlike him, deserve a monument and memory.

          Colonel Brezhnev on Malaya Zemlya, unlike you, actually was there and fought. And he was wounded. And the fact that he was misappropriated by sycophants and lickers from below the back is not his fault. The “writer of legends” at the victory parade would not have walked at the head of the column along with the front commander, Army General A.I. Eremenko, but the honored military officer walked...
          1. -2
            16 May 2024 00: 43
            Quote: Fitter65
            Colonel Brezhnev on Malaya Zemlya, unlike you, was really there
            It seems that I never claimed that he himself, personally, composed legends, although people said that the epigraph to “Little Earth” would have been lines from the then popular song “I remember everything that was not with me.” At that time, after the stroke, he thought no better than Senile Joe, and rejoiced at the awards like a child enjoying tchotchkes. But there were plenty of people who wanted to suck up, and they sucked up as best they could, including sucking legends out of their fingers. Like Zhukov wrote in his memoirs that he once called Colonel Brezhnev for advice, but bad luck, he had just left the political department for the front line. Was it Zhukov, in front of whom the generals stood in line, and he pushed their faces against the table, who wanted to consult with a then unknown colonel from the political department? They simply hinted that in order to improve the chances of publishing the memoirs, they should remember.
            Quote: Fitter65
            The “writer of legends” at the victory parade would not have walked at the head of the column along with the front commander, Army General A.I. Eremenko, but the honored military officer walked...
            According to the position it was required. It is headed by the commander, and with him is a member of the front's military council.
            Quote: Fitter65
            fought. And he was wounded.
            But no matter how hard I searched, I could not find reliable information about his injury. If you know anything, please enlighten me.
            1. 0
              16 May 2024 12: 07
              Quote: Nagan
              But no matter how hard I searched, I could not find reliable information about his injury. If you know anything, please enlighten me.

              They didn't search well. Photo of Brezhnev in the hospital. https://dzen.ru/a/Zhfn_tPlrQF0gH-H https://dzen.ru/a/Yist8qZs4lYo6xHC
              True, they don’t write down the details, who shot, with what weapon, the name of the shooter, from what unit
              Quote: Nagan
              Was it Zhukov, in front of whom the generals stood in line, and he pushed their faces against the table, who wanted to consult with a then unknown colonel from the political department?

              This gossip is that he wanted to consult with L.I. Brezhnev, appeared after the publication of the book “Small Land”. If anything, then G.K. Zhukov died on June 18, 1974. Book by L.I. Brezhnev's "Malaya Zemlya" was published in 1981. If gossip is being circulated here, then it’s as if it was decided that either the generals stood in line with Zhukov, or he still pushed them around the table with his face. Tell me who, where and when he moved his face across the table like that?..
        3. +1
          16 May 2024 16: 17
          Why do you feel this way about L.I. Brezhnev? At least he was on Malaya Zemlya more than 40 times, when the Germans shot through every piece of land there. Why did Brezhnev receive the Order of the Patriotic War, XNUMXst degree? And the most famous battle in Brezhnev’s front-line biography was the battle for Novorossiysk, on the famous Malaya Zemlya bridgehead, for which he was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War, 1st degree.
          In 1943, there was still no reason to exalt the merits of Leonid Ilyich: he was not yet a statesman. But Brezhnev had already appeared on the pages of Soviet newspaper No. 1 - Pravda. In the article by S.A. Borzenko. “225 days of courage and bravery” was told, that the head of the political department of the 18th Army, Colonel Leonid Brezhnev, during 9 months of battles, was transported to Malaya Zemlya 40 times, repeatedly under fire. One day he was thrown overboard by an explosion.
          At the bridgehead itself, he was also engaged not only in political information, but also took part in repelling enemy attacks. When the crew of one heavy machine gun (Privates Kadyrov and Abdurzakov from the new reinforcement) became confused and did not open fire in a timely manner, Brezhnev “physically influenced the machine gunners and forced them into battle.” It was because of the concussion received on Malaya Zemlya that Leonid Ilyich subsequently developed speech defects. In addition to the Order of the Patriotic War, for participation in the battles on this bridgehead, Colonel Brezhnev was awarded a personalized K-96 Mauser in a wooden holster with the inscription “For Military Merit.” Such a gift in those days meant: he was in battle, regardless of ranks and positions. At the famous Victory Parade he walked in the front rows of the parade column of his 4th Ukrainian Front.
          This is probably not heroism for you, but reaping a huge harvest.
          Quote: Nagan
          They, unlike him, deserve a monument and memory.
          . It turns out Brezhnev doesn’t deserve it. So what?
      3. 0
        16 May 2024 12: 56
        Quote: dauria
        tiled

        Now here there can be a completely different result.
        Well, roughly speaking, the quality of the new slabs. If you save money, it’s better not to do repairs.
        1. +1
          16 May 2024 13: 13
          Look at this. The scale of the construction can be assessed from the construction tour. In fact, there is no restoration here “a la frescoing of the Last Supper” by unique restoration artists. Just 40 years in the open air with lousy sealing from rain. Wash the tiles, re-lay them, think about drainage and sealing. Yes, remove the pebbles from the shore until the water is clear, as was the case in 1982. It is clear what needs to be done. But why the hell feed the crooks while listening to songs about “patriotism”?
          1. 0
            16 May 2024 13: 21
            Quote: dauria
            on construction tour

            Are these forests?
            Well, yes, I roughly understand the scale.
            In general, yes, if the dismantling is done carefully (that is, not hired for 3 kopecks), you can put it back.
            Although, given the bas-relief, I don’t think anything else makes sense; without it it won’t be the same.

            By the way, does it seem like you can see the windows there? Is it hollow?
            1. 0
              16 May 2024 13: 23
              https://www.yuga.ru/articles/culture/9950.html
              Here it is very detailed with a bunch of photos
              1. 0
                16 May 2024 13: 28
                Quote: dauria
                Here it is very detailed with a bunch of photos

                Thank you. It was interesting to read.
    2. +5
      15 May 2024 20: 29
      Quote: Krasnoyarsk
      No matter how much it costs, it must be restored. This is a sacred thing.
      I heard on TV, moreover, from an “expert” who did not go to Chechnya due to his age, that “the restoration of this monument is a waste of money, because it is just a monument to the book of one of the General Secretaries.”

      What can I say to this? Showed off your erudition? Do you remember the book by Leonid Ilyich? Yes, most of his generation don’t know who the monument actually is, not to mention they haven’t read the book. So, in order for people to know about their heroes, that’s why they need to be restored. And not in order to remember Leonid Ilyich’s book.

      And our Sergei Viktorovich has already said everything about this “expert” with his “opinion”...
      1. Msi
        0
        15 May 2024 21: 36
        So, in order for people to know about their heroes, that’s why they need to restore

        Don't you think that now is not quite the right time to restore such objects? Maybe the funds can be spent on something more urgent. Should we postpone this project for now?
        1. +4
          15 May 2024 22: 32
          Quote from Msi
          Don't you think that now is not quite the right time to restore such objects? Maybe the funds can be spent on something more urgent. Should we postpone this project for now?
          It does not seem.
          There is money in the country, we just need to spend it smarter and steal less. But dealing with ideology and educating young people is always on time. It may be late, but it cannot be something that can be put off “for later.” In the 90s, they were engaged in survival, postponing education “for later.” So the “Pepsi generation” has grown up, not knowing who this monument is to. Like hundreds of other monuments. Those who don’t know whose names the streets they walk on are named after. Those who have not read Gogol and Chekhov, but have read I. Welsh and C. Castaneda.

          So they came up with the idea of ​​restoring it - let them restore it. If only they didn't steal from monuments...
          1. Msi
            0
            15 May 2024 22: 36
            But dealing with ideology and educating young people is always on time

            I guess a lot comes from family.
            In the 90s, they were engaged in survival, postponing education “for later.” So the “Pepsi generation” has grown up

            And you raised your son to be a true patriot. Despite everything...
            1. +3
              15 May 2024 22: 43
              Quote from Msi
              And you raised your son to be a true patriot. Despite everything...
              How he managed... He gave him the books he needed to read and the films he needed to watch with him. And you should have seen how his eyes lit up when I laid out awards all over the table - mine, my father’s, my grandfather’s and all that our family had accumulated over more than a century! This one has grown up, now I’m waiting - the daughter-in-law of the next paratrooper promised...
              1. Msi
                +1
                15 May 2024 22: 55
                He gave him the books he needed to read and the films he needed to watch with him.

                I just don't like official displays. I watched a film with my son before Victory Day - “Only old men go into battle...” We’ve already watched it before. A message arrives from the teacher. You need to make “Windows of Victory” and send photos. Well, why this show?
                If they want to restore, let them do it. But now the war is going on, let's be patient.
                PS I watch a lot of films with my son, very different ones, including Hollywood ones. Today we watched Bodyguard. After the assassination attempt on Fico. My son is 10 years old.
                1. +4
                  16 May 2024 07: 19
                  Quote from Msi
                  I just don't like official displays.

                  Quote from Msi
                  A message arrives from the teacher. You need to make “Windows of Victory” and send photos. Well, why this show?

                  My classmates and I, SILENTLY, in the 7th or 8th grade, made a wall newspaper for May 9 - they pasted up photographs of fathers, grandfathers, great-grandfathers, other relatives, wrote articles and signatures - of everyone who fought, from Chechnya and beyond. They gathered the entire class and hung them on the first floor of the school. Even the class didn’t know.
                  He got me in the neck for stealing an army photograph for scanning, where I was “in all my glory.” But somewhere deep down in our souls, my father and I, of course, were pleased that on our own, without a team...

                  How do we usually do it?
                  A VERY BIG boss says: “It would be nice...”
                  A BIG boss broadcasts to his subordinates: “We should...”
                  JUST the boss understands how to: “Drop everything and do...”
                  A SMALL boss (like a class teacher) sighs: “I’ve been ordered to do...”
                  PERFORMERS (children in our case) hate the assigned task: “And so to hell with lessons, and then there’s this...”
                  The result is not education and not memory, but profanation and the attitude of “doing something, just to get behind.”
                  Any business, even the best one, can be ruined like this.

                  And cinema with your son is a sacred thing. We also watched not only Soviet films about the war. And my father took me to the cinema to see different films. I still like “The Hunchback” with J. Marais - I saw it in the cinema with my father in first grade. What matters is what message the film conveys, not the time and place. For example, “Rambo” and I didn’t watch it. At the age of 15, he himself looked where Rambo was in Afghanistan - then he was indignant, telling me. At 15, he knew more about Afghanistan from overheard conversations between me and my father than all of Hollywood combined.
                  Good luck to your son! He has everything ahead of him. The right fathers raise the right sons. drinks
                  1. +2
                    16 May 2024 07: 41
                    And cinema with your son is a sacred thing. We also watched not only Soviet films about the war.
                    Soviet - of course. But I also watched the non-Soviet ones with my son (it’s impossible to live in society and be free from society). And he commented. There was some movie with Van Damme, where he spent 5 minutes shooting pistols (without reloading) from someone; my son was about 12 years old at the time. After the movie, I took the Zhuk reference book and asked him to find the type of weapon and the number of cartridges in the clip. It worked very well, my son began to be critical of such films.
                    1. +1
                      16 May 2024 18: 20
                      Quote: Aviator_
                      After the film, I took the Zhuk reference book and asked him to find there the type of weapon and the number of cartridges in the clip. It worked very well, my son began to be critical of such films.
                      By the age of 15, my father and I went hunting with all our might. At the shooting range, the Ministry of Internal Affairs got acquainted with a dozen of our and imported guns.
                      One day they were sitting in a room with a friend and laughing completely indecently. I thought they were watching porn - 15 years old, after all... I asked. And they got hold of an Indian film somewhere and are sitting and counting how many villains the main character has killed with one magazine from a machine gun... lol
                      1. +1
                        16 May 2024 18: 55
                        And they got hold of an Indian film somewhere and are sitting and counting how many villains the main character has killed with one magazine from a machine gun...
                        Well, similar absurdities were often found in Soviet films until the end of the 60s. If you remember the first black-and-white film about Nikolai Kuznetsov, “Strong in Spirit” (Tsilinsky played him), then those of us who, according to the plot, must die, die very beautifully. I think that the reason is that the generation that went through the war wanted it to be very heroic at least in the film - one of ours, while running, kills a company of Germans with a machine gun, but no one can hit him for about 5 minutes. Such films must be treated with understanding; the reality was so terrible that the film required embellishment.
          2. Msi
            0
            15 May 2024 22: 37
            So the “Pepsi generation” has grown up, not knowing who this monument is to.

            They grew up and don’t know. And they are fighting well now...
      2. +4
        15 May 2024 23: 34
        For the battles on Malaya Zemlya, 21 people were awarded the title of Hero. Fierce fighting lasted 225 days. Several divisions fought there on both sides, ours on an open bridgehead, and there were many losses. And the fact that Brezhnev L.I. I visited there several times and took part in those battles, and later shared my memories, which in no way detracts from the feat of those fighters, and of Brezhnev himself.
        And such “experts”, apparently, cannot even understand the concept of “bridgehead”.
      3. +1
        16 May 2024 12: 57
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        I heard it on TV, and from an “expert”

        And what was this contraceptive guy's name?
        1. +1
          16 May 2024 18: 09
          Quote: Hitriy Zhuk
          Quote: Zoldat_A
          I heard it on TV, and from an “expert”

          And what was this contraceptive guy's name?
          Can you really remember them all? Especially young and stupid. I remember that it’s not imported, but local. He took part in some talking shop, interrupted everyone and constantly pushed that “he is against the war and it must be stopped at the cost of any territorial and image losses.”
          A typical liberalist, in general... Unfortunately, we have many of them. They have already infiltrated the State Duma and are infiltrating the Government. When I see these, I have one question: “When will we start hanging?”
  2. +1
    15 May 2024 19: 44
    On every square meter there are traces of Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, one of the best general secretaries of all times. . . fellow
    1. +4
      15 May 2024 21: 01
      I was there the only time in 1982, three months before Brezhnev’s death. There was no mention of him there at all. I remembered the “heart of the motherland” and a good exhibition of weapons in the open air.
  3. +2
    15 May 2024 19: 47
    It is important that the Memorial complex be restored one to one!

    And so that the Association “Russian Historical Society”, founded on June 20, 2012, a scientific public organization that declares its succession from the Imperial Russian Historical Society (?!) has nothing to do with this, these “Gauche Hohenzolerns” were just not enough.

    And then even the words in Soviet songs began to be replaced with their own.
    1. +6
      15 May 2024 20: 35
      Quote: alystan
      And then even the words in Soviet songs began to be replaced with their own.
      Let them scold me, but the sounds of our Anthem still ring in my ears
      Union of the indestructible republics free
      Great Russia forever.
      Long live the people's will
      A single, mighty Soviet Union!
      I don’t know what to do with this - that’s how I was raised...
      And is it necessary to do something? I'm not sure either.
      1. -5
        15 May 2024 21: 55
        I don’t know what to do with this - that’s how I was raised...
        The main thing is that this one is taken out of the mausoleum to the anthem with changed words, and the rest are true to themselves to the end. Much like those who drew up a program to undermine the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, and then the USSR, as if on the sly on the air, to which for thirty years those who live against the natural memory called man have been trying to tune in, inventing an extraordinary national idea.
        1. +2
          15 May 2024 22: 12
          Quote: oppozite28
          The main thing is that this person is taken out of the mausoleum to the anthem with changed words
          Does it bother you personally? I don't. For me he is not a prophet, but I also think it’s stupid to drag him back and forth. Let him lie to himself... The main harm from him for me is that his work at the institute was once forced to take notes. It’s impossible to count the time spent copying notes from excellent students.
          Nicholas the Bloody, after all, lies in the company of much more honored predecessors? Well, let him lie, although how among the tsars there was a subject who voluntarily renounced anointing, who therefore became not the “Master of the Russian Land,” as he wrote in the column “Occupation” during the census, but a simple citizen of Russia is a secret to me.
          Demolishing monuments and moving graves back and forth is not our habit at all.
          And yes - the “minus” is not mine, you can think about the Mausoleum and its inhabitant what you like best.
          1. 0
            15 May 2024 22: 16
            Nevertheless, Stalin’s body was buried, so someone gave permission. For example, even Jews began to behave more or less well after 1937. Historical fact. Why did the Jews find their land on May 14, 1948?
          2. +3
            16 May 2024 07: 53
            The main harm from him for me is that he was once forced to take notes at the institute.
            This is because professional propagandists sat in the departments of social sciences. It was undesirable to think there, but to pronounce mantras about texts written long ago and for another reason was welcomed. I personally came to greatly respect Lenin after, while preparing for my PhD in philosophy, I read his “Materialism and Empirio-Criticism” with my brain turned on. Brilliant work. Just to understand this, you must first get a physics and technology education. And among the institute teachers, I especially note our teacher of the history of the CPSU, then (1972) he was already over 70 and he was one of the professional party workers, starting from the early 30s. He taught his subject very well, with arguments, and was not afraid to analyze both classics and current documents. Unfortunately, other teachers, who were younger, forced me to memorize mantras and other spells for the glory of the CPSU.
          3. +2
            16 May 2024 11: 34
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            The main harm from him for me is that at the institute he was once forced to take notes on his work. It’s impossible to count the time spent copying notes from excellent students.

            And this cup has not passed me by. But... If they had not just taken notes on the primary sources, but also understood the meaning of what Lenin wrote, then neither ’91 nor ’93 would have happened. And in general, everything that has already happened and what is happening now would not have happened.
      2. -1
        15 May 2024 22: 10
        I don’t know what to do with this - that’s how I was raised...
        And is it necessary to do something? I'm not sure either.
        By the way, Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili (Stalin) and Georgy Ivanovich Gurdjieff knew some features that they tried to level out from the mid-50s of the XNUMXth century, but who said that the features, including confidence, have lost their relevance at the present time. For example, Yakov Blumkin did not travel to the Himalayas in vain...
  4. -4
    15 May 2024 19: 47
    Monuments are of course good, but history is still there. It would be better if protective dams were restored and rebuilt throughout the country. And those guilty of embezzlement of public funds aimed at maintaining hydraulic structures will be held accountable. And then after they shout: Help! We can't cross the river! Something like Kadysheva’s song: The river is wide, the river is deep. You won’t be able to swim from that birch tree... ...
    1. +2
      15 May 2024 20: 28
      [quote=opposite28]
      Monuments are of course good, but history is still there. It would be better if protective dams were restored and rebuilt throughout the country. [/q
      No, not better. It's better when both are done. Those who are restoring the monument came from groups that the dams should be restored?
      Good management gets everything done and doesn’t have enough workers, but bad management counts their own as unemployed, so they also import “workers” from overseas.
      For what? So that there are 3-4 shawarmas per block instead of 1?
      I’m surprised how people don’t hesitate to buy this suspicious product?
      Are you saying that the health station is checking them? Do not make me laugh.
      1. +2
        15 May 2024 20: 42
        So I’m talking about the same budget cut on the topic of historical memory. And those who remember will not forget about how the Black Sea burned in Tsemes Bay, for example about Caesar Kunikov.
  5. +3
    15 May 2024 19: 48
    I was in Novorossiysk, back under the USSR, this memorial looked great!
    1. +1
      15 May 2024 20: 01
      Probably haven’t been there for a long time. Video Novorossiysk 2023.

      1. 0
        15 May 2024 20: 05
        1988 is beautiful here, but at home it’s better. Orenburg region, Novoorsky district.
    2. +3
      15 May 2024 20: 30
      My class and I walked home from school. drinks It was an amazing experience! Definitely restored!
  6. Msi
    0
    15 May 2024 20: 30
    Late last month, the total cost of restoration work was made public. It amounts to 450 million rubles

    Hmm... A little expensive. You can scold me if you want, but such restoration work can wait... the war is going on hard, there is somewhere to direct funds.
  7. -3
    15 May 2024 20: 33
    It's time to invest budget funds in monuments. Dams are collapsing in four regions! There are three more on the way that are potentially prone to flooding due to the unsatisfactory condition of the river dams. And then they think about who is to blame and what to do. Especially after questions arise for some parties whose regional representatives lead. And in Novorossiysk there is already a memory in every stone on Malaya Zemlya, especially in Tsemes Bay. Especially on the topic of the so-called Black Sea for those who are in the know. And when the dams are intact and there is less indignation in society on the notorious topic of the river...
  8. +1
    15 May 2024 20: 34
    Yes, it is currently under reconstruction. I run past it every weekend. A memorable place. Grandfather landed here. If only the beaches near the memorial were covered. Otherwise, people are swimming just three meters away from him. Not good somehow.
    1. +1
      15 May 2024 21: 25
      Quote: Ash Poseidon
      Otherwise, people are swimming just three meters away from him. Not good somehow.

      And people live in Pavlov’s House - are you proposing to kick everyone out?
    2. 0
      15 May 2024 21: 27
      I agree completely. Swimming near the memorial is some kind of blasphemy. And this happens, I had to see it.
      1. 0
        15 May 2024 22: 25
        Here... Fine some, then others. Lo and behold, they’ll scrape together enough to pay the Tajiks
        drag pebbles into the sea, as was originally the case in 1982
  9. +1
    16 May 2024 12: 40
    I visited this museum (depicted in the photo) in the summer of 2023. On the wall along the stairs inside there are lists of military units participating in the battle, on another photo or portraits of Heroes of the Soviet Union. L.I. Brezhnev is also there, although he received this title much later and not for Novorossiysk. In the surrounding area, the tiles are shaking. There was a sign saying “be careful, construction work”. Nearby is the “Little Land” stela in the park. There are warning signs everywhere, but children from the hill and around ride bikes and scooters. The area (alley) for ceremonial formations is in disrepair. Perhaps there were flagpoles with flags of the republics of the USSR. There are only saw cuts left. Local authorities know what is included in the restoration estimate. Time will tell what will actually be repaired.
  10. 0
    16 May 2024 16: 26
    Good news, it’s a pity they didn’t show it on the zombie box.
    1. 0
      16 May 2024 16: 47
      You can watch it starting at minute 49 in the video below.