Propylaea of ​​Moscow Victory Park


Two monument pavilions decorating the entrance to the Park

Propylaea was neither in the plan of 1939, nor in the plan of 1946. They were conceived only in 1951. Built in 1953 according to the project of architect V.D. Kirkhoglani. The bas-reliefs created by sculptors I. M. Noskova, S. T. Kirsanova, V. N. Bezrukov, and I. A. Syroezhkny depict Soviet soldiers symbolizing the front. On the bas-reliefs made by V.V. Moshkara, a worker, a collective farmer and a scientist are placed, symbolizing the rear during the war. On the end walls of the pavilions there are bronze medallions with the inscriptions: "In honor of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, Victory Park was created by the working people of the city of Lenin, as a symbol of eternal glory, as a living monument to the heroic people." The height of the propylae is 9 meters.

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