Monument to the Hero of the Soviet Union V. I. Yermak

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Gulyakin, Valery Nikolayevich (photographer, 1959-).    
Monument to the Hero of the Soviet Union V. Yermak [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [album of photographs] / photo by V.N. Gulyakin. - Electronic graphic data (4 files: 40.1 MB). - St. Petersburg, 2014. -
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
Information about the photographs is provided by the author.
The album includes 4 photos of the monument to the Hero of the Soviet Union V.I Yermak: 1-2. General view of the monument on Kulibin Square; 3-4. Fragment of the monument is the bust of V. I. Yermak.
The monument to Hero of the Soviet Union V. I. Yermak is located on Kulibin square in the square, at the intersection of Volodya Ermak and Pskov streets. Created on the initiative of war veterans. It was opened on May 6, 1997. Authors of the project: sculptor VI Vinnichenko (Obukhov) and architect VG Fedorenko. The monument is a bronze bust of a height of 90 cm, mounted on a granite pedestal with a height of 230 cm. A soldier of the 42nd Army of the Leningrad Front, Private Vladimir Yermak, during a reconnaissance battle in the Sinyavino Heights area, closed the embrasure of the German bunker on July 19, 1943, scouts performance of combat mission. The title of Hero of the Soviet Union V. Ermak was posthumously awarded on February 21, 1944. Address: пл. Kulibina. - The materials of the site were used: "Heroes of the Country" (http://www.warheroes.ru/hero/hero.asp?Hero_id=2410) .
1. The people (the collection). 2. Memory of the Great Victory (collection). 3. Territory of Russia: St. Petersburg, city (collection). 4. St. Petersburg: pages of history (collection). 5. The Great Patriotic War - Perpetuation of memory - St. Petersburg, city - 1941 - 1945 - Photographs. 6. The Great Patriotic War - Heroes and heroism - Leningrad region - 1941-1945 - Photographs. 7. Documentary photographs.
ББК 63.3 (2) 622я611
ББК 85.136.15 (2-2СПб) я611
Source of electronic copy: From private collection
Place for keeping the original: From private collection
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