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The bust made out of bronze is 7 metres high. It is the most famous landmark of the city and was created in 1971 by a Russian sculptor Lew Kerbel.
On the wall of the building behind the monument is the writing "Workers of the...More
An imposing bust certainly worth visiting if you are in the area and reflecting on what impact one man can have whatever your political views. Seemed a place for people to hang out on a warm summers evening.
It's a quick easy trip from the main train station.The size of it is actually pretty amazing- it's massive.In retrospect it's ironic how something meant to be so monumental has turned into an anachronism.