Monument to the victims of the Holocaust "Formula of grief" [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [album of photographs] / photo VN Gulyakina. - Electronic graphic data (7 files: 72.6 MB). - Санкт-Петербург, 2013. - Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library. Information about the photographs is provided by the author. The album includes 7 photographs of the monument "Formula of Sorrow": 1 -3. General view of the monument "The Formula of Sorrow" in the square; 4. Fragment of the monument - granite triangles, on one - the inscription: "They shed their blood like water, and there was no one to bury them"; 5-7. Bronze stylized figure of a grieving man. The monument to the "Tribulation Formula" is located in the square at the intersection of the Moscow and Palace streets of Pushkin. Opened on October 13, 1991 in memory of the eight hundred Jews who lived in this city, shot in the years of the fascist genocide. The monument is made according to the sculpture by VA Sidur "The Tribulation Formula" designed by the architect B. Bader and represents a bronze stylized figure of a grieving man, in which the hunched back, drooping shoulders are seen, and on the knees are the hands on which the head is lowered. According to Jewish traditions, it is not customary to portray a person in sculpture - the monument resembles the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet "Aleph", which is the symbol of the beginning. The height of the monument is 2.4 meters. Address: Pushkin, intersection of ul. Moscow and st. Palace
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 Holocaust - USSR - 1941 - 1945 - Photographs. 6. The Great Patriotic War - Perpetuation of memory - St. Petersburg, city - 1941 - 1945 - Photographs. 7. Documentary photographs.
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