22 Some Monuments of Moscow

Some Monuments of Moscow

Posted on September 11, 2007 by

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This is a small review of some monuments in Moscow, Russia.
The one above is probably can be called a monument for the Donkey from “The Shrek” movies, the resembles is astonishing.

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I don’t know the name for this, but it seems it might be called something like “Half-a-boy speaks with two headless-girls”.

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This one is about some crazy train, who sacrificed a pair of his wheels and left them on rails in order to get freedom and travel freely without rails.


22 Responses to “Some Monuments of Moscow”

  1. Jewish Prostitute Sarah Zaluppa says:

    first nah i niibёt!

  2. aaa says:

    anybody knows what the guy in the last picture has in his hand?

  3. Lee says:

    The statue in the second pic is called “We Russians Like To Brake Anything That Is Near Our Dringing Spot Even If It Requires Hard Work”

  4. John from Kansas says:

    I really enjoyed your captions. Thanks for a great post.

  5. illlich says:

    i like the captions too. not genius-funny, but funny enough.

    lighten up people.

  6. Chingau Wei says:

    “I don’t know the name for this, but it seems it might be called something like “Half-a-boy speaks with two headless-girls”.”

    Hahahah…we have the next Yakov Smirnoff here.

  7. Archy says:

    LOOL first pic looks like donkey from Shrek :D :D :D

  8. Asdam says:

    1 picture is Hodja Nasredin. Tricky central asian folk tales hero.

  9. savovich says:

    The first photo shows a monument to Asian folklore characters – Nasreddin Hodja and his donkey. Image of Shrek and the donkey is taken from the legends of Nassredin.
    Opening – 01.04.2006 in Moscow Yartsevskoy street.

  10. Semaj says:

    We have so much public art here in the U.S., most of it is very bad.

  11. Dr. Chaos says:

    Third picture shows where kids practice for “Train Dare”

  12. Dr. Chaos says:

    Second picture shows what happens to them if they miscalculate “Train Dare”

  13. vodkins says:

    Third picture with small train is a tribute to Beskudnikovskaya railroad in Otradnoye district in northern Moscow. This railroad was cloased in mid 80th due to new city district was found and such railroad appears between apartments:

  14. Hello,

    I want to inform you about this monumets. Nasreddin is a fictional legendary satirical Sufi figure who is believed by some to have existed during the Middle Ages (around 13th century), in Akşehir, and later in Konya, under the Seljuq rule. Nasreddin was a populist philosopher and wise man, remembered for his funny stories and anecdotes.
    If you want to get more information you can use these links.


    Best Wishes


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