Монументальные памятники

    Vladimir Ilyich Lenin’s Monument

    Vladimir Ilyich Lenin’s Monument
    The Vladimir Ilyich Lenin’s monument was erected on Soviets Square on the 5th of November 1971 in honor of the Soviet State founder. The authors of the project are G.V. and Y.G. Neroda. The architectural part was elaborated and fulfilled life-size by architects A.N. Dushkin and P.G. Zilberman.

    The memorial to fighters for communism (beginning of the 20th century)

    The memorial to fighters for communism (beginning of the 20th century)
    Soviets Square is decorated by this huge memorial to fighters for communism which was erected in 1920 on this square, and in 1970 it was removed to Revolution Square. This memorial is built by the architect N.A. Kotov’s plan, its foundation is made of stones which were brought by Red Guard soldiers and Partisans whose divisions fought for the city. The monument is visited during thematic excursions of the city’s past.

    The Triumph Arch «Tsar Gates»

    The Triumph Arch «Tsar Gates»
    To get to the main city square- the Soviets square we need to pass through the arch, built in 2006 as a 340th anniversary of Verkhneudinsk -Ulan-Ude construction or to be exact rebuilt.

    Monument of Ulan-Ude city foundation

    Monument of Ulan-Ude city foundation
    On Batareyka a granite cross is placed at the initiative of Zabaikalsky Cossacks in memory of Cossacks, the founders of Udinsky ostrog (a fortress). The town was founded on Batareyka in 1666. Originally it was a small winter hut built by soldiers under command of Gavrila Lovtsov, later it developed into a pentagon shaped fortress-ostrog that became a fortified strong point in the east of the country to protect from Mongol attacks.