These days we especially have much gratitude towards medical workers who keep saving lives in the tough period of the pandemic. It’s worth mentioning, though, that Russia and former Soviet countries have many monuments to medical workers – both military and civilian ones. Some are shown in this post.
On the photo above – monument in Makhachkala, Russia, to medical workers who died saving lives of Covid patients.
Monument to doctors-heroes saving lives of Covide patients in Moscow.
Monument to medical workers who died from Covid, Derbent, Dagestan.
Monument to doctors and nurses in Tula, Russia.
Monument to obstetricians-gynaecologists of the Belgorod region.
Monument “Nurse” in Kursk.
Monument to graduates and workers of the Irkutsk State Medical University who gave lives for the Motherhood in 1941-1945, Irkutsk.
Monument to doctors in Sochi.
Monument to a frontline nurse, Moscow.
Monument to a frontline nurse, Nyagan, Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia.
“To medical workers from grateful Cherepovets citizens”.
Monument to a doctor in Moscow.