In Kaluga, a monument to victims of political repression was erected in the last century - 18 years earlier than in Moscow. A monument symbolic and solved in non-trivial spirit - a broken and chipped up curb stones. However, I think the spot for it - the walking "Golden alley" over Berezuisky ravine - was chosen unsuccesfully. Behind it is the "wedding" tree on which the newlyweds leave their love paper notes. Not the most understandable neighborhood.
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