Russian Military History Society headquarters, пл. Победы, 3-б Moscow,121170Russian Federation
The sculptural ensemble includes 33 bronze busts of Russian rulers authored by the People’s Artist of the USSR and Russia. The are the busts of the Rurik family, tsars and emperors of the Romanov family, heads of the Government. Presentation of “The Alley of Rulers” dedicated to the history of Russia
Patriot Park, Kubinka,
Zurab Tsereteli took part in the unveiling of the 6.5m tall “Army Skier” monument. The ceremony was taken in the military and patriotic park “Patriot”, offering a lot of information and artefacts about the WWI Great Victory.
The sculpture was installed at the intersection of Lenin Avenue and Pervomaiskaya Street next to the building of the children's library. This intersection has traditionally been the place where the Tula have been making appointments. The “Meeting Place” is the second sculptural composition by Zurab Tsereteli, made for Tula city (in 2015, a monument of the writer Gleb Uspensky, a native of Tula, was unveiled in the city). Sculptural composition “The Meeting Place”
The bust is installed in front of the main entrance to Lazhechnikov House Museum, who was one of the founders of the Russian historical novel genre. The Head of Kolomna City District D. Lebedev, the members of the Russian Academy of Arts, as well as representatives of the general public attended the opening ceremony.