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Fun to learn the Twelve Chairs tale here - along with the amusement of the chalked footsteps lining up to sit on chair, but with some veering off, not wanting to be bothered to wait. A metaphor there too.
Put up on the edge of City Park. Lots of people posing for photos on the chair. You cannot appreciate why the chair is there unless you know of or read the satirical book "The 12 Chairs" by Odessian authors Lif and Petrov.
Despite its apparent popularity, with people queuing in at day and night to sit on it and ask others to take their photographs, I could not understand the significance and purpose of doing so. evidently. It appeal to many for no clear reason. worth have...More
Yes, this chair needs to be visited and a photo taken. It is located in the City Garden, across from the ever necessary to visit Lviv Handmade Chocolate so it's right there. Based on a more recent story, The 12 Chairs, it tells the story...More
It is just a Bronze Chair...a copy of a famous chair that someone famous sat in )))...I cannot remember who it was and what the significance is (you will have to look it up on GOOGLE).
It is situated in a park in Deribasavskaya St...it...More