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This statue is mesmerising to look at. It shows Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, taking off like a rocket. His stance makes him look like a superhero. The statue is made of titanium, which is a very hard metal that was used in...More
When leaving the WC2018 Fan Fest, we took a free bus that went down the Sparrow Hills and dropped us close to a big avenue. While walking in this avenue to the subway station, we got surprised by this very tall monument. Given that the...More
A very magnificent monument in an area a little bit far from the center and a little bit busy from traffic. A huge monument where you need to turn your head up to see it.
A real big monument for a real big man of...More
Monument to Yuri Gagarin is a big monument located near a metro station, in the surroundings of Moscow, the main city of Russian Federation. It is one of the monuments dedicated to the conqueror of space. It is dedicated to Yuri Gagarin, the first human...More
It is not clear why this place, where one of the largest squares of Moscow is located, and even appeared on the third transport ring, and even with the new subway on the new circular line, has a monument to the cosmonaut, though the first...More
Yuri Gagarin was the first man to go to space. The first man ever to leave the earth! His statue is bewildering, tall and proud he stands, high in the air, in the blue sky. Definitely a sight you must behold!
Designed by Pavel Bondarenko and architect Yakov Belopolskiy and erected in 1980, this amazing monument to Yuri Gagarin is 42.5-meter high.
He is a national hero because he was the first person to travel in space, and even if spacetravel has changed a lot since...More
This is as close as I can find for the Yuri Gargarin cosmonaut training center a really cool site to visit, the largest underwater training facility is located here, as well as a sweet functional training centrifuge.
It's just a statue, a very big one. But its style will remind guys in their 40s (like me) how we used to dream about going to space. If you read and see films about Yuri before going, you will understand the myth better.