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October 27, 2021, 07:05

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Specialists will clean the surface of the monument, remove chips, scratches and cracks, and fill in missing details.

The monument to the Soviet military leader, Marshal of the Armored Forces Pavel Rybalko will be repaired next year. The corresponding project has already been approved in Moscow City Heritage

“In the capital, it is planned to repair the monument dedicated to the memory of the legendary Marshal of the Armored Forces Pavel Semyonovich Rybalko. During the work, specialists will put in order all the elements of the monument, including granite slabs, a dedicatory inscription, as well as an area with flower beds in front of the monument, “said the head of the Moscow Department of Cultural Heritage

Alexey Emelyanov.

In the course of the work, specialists will clean the surface of the monument, remove chips, scratches and cracks, fill in the missing details and cover the monument with protective compounds. In addition, the adjacent territory will be improved.

The monument was erected on September 4, 1997 for the 850th anniversary of Moscow. It is located in the Shchukino area – opposite house 1 on Marshal Rybalko Street. The monument is made in the form of a T-shaped wall. A niche was made in the upper part of the monument, into which granite slabs were inserted with a portrait of the marshal, a dedication and the image of two Gold Star medals of the Hero of the Soviet Union.

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Repair of monuments is also planned in the capital for the coming years. aircraft designer Alexander Yakovlev, heroes of the Patriotic War of 1812, statesman Pyotr Stolypin, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, composer and conductor Alexander Alexandrov, to the writer Mikhail Sholokhovand other outstanding personalities.

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