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Palacio Presidencial, Tiraspol

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Government Building · Tourist Spot
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  • Another must place to visit when in Transnistria. These are mostly places that you can see in 1 minute, take a photo and leave. There is not much to say about it, it is a statue of Lenin in front of.....  more
    Another must place to visit when in Transnistria. These are mostly places that you can see in 1 minute, take a photo and leave. There is not much to say about it, it is a statue of Lenin in front of.....  more »
  • The monumental palace of the Supreme Council (Parliament) and the Government of Pridnestrovie is located near the central square, in the historical center of Tiraspol. Being an excellent example of... 
    The monumental palace of the Supreme Council (Parliament) and the Government of Pridnestrovie is located near the central square, in the historical center of Tiraspol. Being an excellent example of...  more »
  • I've seen many statues and monuments of Lenin, but this is far, the largest. It stands in front of the Parliament house, a Soviet style building. It's very impressive and iconic. 
    I've seen many statues and monuments of Lenin, but this is far, the largest. It stands in front of the Parliament house, a Soviet style building. It's very impressive and iconic.  more »
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  • First thing you see when arriving in Tiraspol. Has Lenin in front of it in typical Soviet architecture. Did not see anyone guarding the building. Well maintained.
  • It's time to demolish Lenin
  • The building, built in the mid-1980s, is a typical rudiment of the Soviet era, interesting not by architecture, but by the very fact of its appearance. At that time, Tiraspol was just a city of republican subordination, which did not imply large state institutions, and the building was built, as they say, for growth, and did not fail. Most likely, this giant came from the late Soviet projections, suggesting the merger of Tiraspol and Bender into a single metropolis of Suvorovgrad, followed by the transfer of the Moldavian capital to it. The monument to Lenin (1987) standing in front of the building is also legendary in its own way. Its author is the Soviet sculptor N.V. Tomsky, whom by the time the monument was erected had been dead for several years. The fact is that Tomsky’s student built in Tiraspol an old project of his teacher, implemented in 1970 in Berlin - a figure of Lenin carved from red stone against a background of a fluttering banner. Here, the authors did not fail either: a few years later, the Berlin monument was demolished, and its Tiraspol version remained and is now a favorite place for photographing
  • Beautiful monumental building, located near the central square of the city. In front of the building there is a monument to Lenin.
  • Lenin Monument - Driving Force

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