Monument to the founders of Cherepovets - Monks Feodosy and Athanasius, Cherepovets
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  • The statues it's no big deal, but it's worth visiting the surroundings, the Church, the shipper and the view of the river.
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  • Rolled into the town to work at the poglâdeli bus, wanted to buy, but it turned out that vehicles with crooked documents and sellers very carefully something concealed. Withdraw from your purchase. Walked around the city-ordinary provincial town, not neat, dirty, people are not responsive. Still smells great, although the tram. The only beauty is Rybinsk reservoir and Woods!
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  • It is believed that this monument is a symbol of Cherepovets. Stands on the seafront, at the bottom, under the Sheksna shore Cathedral Hill. From there, you can go down the embankment or along the track, or on concrete stairs. Promenade: it was asphalted in Soviet times, and left; next to the marina waters littered and neuhožena; from the waterfront open to the industrial zone and also nevelikoj beauty. Background for the monument-the Cathedral Hill and growing it Park, trees which, judging by their appearance, far beyond a hundred years. T. e. Park, landscape architecture here too long nobody. In such an environment, monument, if not lost altogether, something very destitute, simplified and becomes just a small park-like form.
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