The destiny of An-10 planes was not a happy one, neither was their history as monuments. In 1973 many of the aircraft were discarded due to their poor condition. Most of them became monuments and together with Il-18 and Tu-104, were widely used for the improvement of different Russian cities in the 70s and 80s. The situation changed in the 90s. It was announced that the An-10 monuments had an
unkempt appearance and all of them were destroyed. The real reason was highly increased prices for non-ferrous metals. Others simply suffered from vandals back in the 80s. As a result only one An-10 aircraft was preserved and it is located in the museum of Monino, in the Moscow region. Strangely enough the other museums didn't try to acquire the disappearing planes.
For the country with population of 280 million people Sochi used to substitute Egypt, Turkey, Croatia and Montenegro, Thailand and Cyprus, Greece, Spain and Canaries, Cote d'Azur, Sardinia and who knows
what else! It is even hard to imagine how all those people found enough space on Sochi beaches. Check out the pictures of the modern Olympic city the way it looked like in the 1970-80s.