Monument to Julian Semenov in Yalta

Monument to Julian Semenov in Yalta [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [photo album] / Julian Semenov Cultural Foundation. - Electronic graphic data (5 files: 68.8 MB). - Yalta, 2016. -
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
Information about the photographs is provided by Julian Semenov's Cultural Foundation.
The album includes photos: 1-2. General view of the monument; 3-4. Sculpture Yu Semenov, pictures close-up; 5. Quoted from Yu. Semenov, carved on the granite wall of the monument: "I wrote my books to make people understand: there is no despair, there is always a way out, but we must rely on our strength and in everything and always see the beauty."
The monument to writer Julian Semenov in Yalta was opened on September 29, 2012. Located at the intersection of the Lenin embankment and Gogol Street, at the entrance to the Oreanda Hotel, where congresses of the International Association of Writers of a Detective and Political Novel headed by Yu. Semenov were held in the 1980s. The author of the bronze sculpture was the academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, People's Artist of the Russian Federation Alexander Rukavishnikov. The sculptor depicted Yu Semenov during a conversation or an interview: the writer sits with a notebook in his hands on a chair, leaning slightly forward and listening attentively to the interlocutor. The writer often stayed in Oreanda, he dreamed of opening a club of creative meetings of writers and a restaurant "U Stirlitz" .
I. The Cultural Foundation of Julian Semenov. Rukavishnikov, Alexander Iulianovich (1950-). Semyonov Julian monument. 2. The people (the collection). 3. Territory (collection). 4. Territory of Russia: Crimea, Republic (collection). 5. Yu. S. Semenov (collection). 6. Russia in the faces (collection). 7. Yalta, city (Crimea) - Photographs. 8. Documentary photographs.
ББК 63.3 (2Рос.Кры) 64-8я611
ББК 86.137.5 (2Рос.Кры) я611
Source of the electronic copy: Julian Semenov Cultural Foundation
Location on the original: Julian Semenov Cultural Foundation
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