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The monument to civil war hero Sergei Lazo

Primorsky Krai, Vladivostok, The Theatre square

The monument to civil war hero Sergey Lazo is located at the intersection of two streets - Lazo and Peter the Great. The official opening took place on 12 August 1945, made by the sculptor L. M. Pisarevsky

Before the second world war in 1908 there was a statue of Admiral zavoiko was one of the founders of Vladivostok. The pedestal was empty since the 30-ies of the last century, after which its place was a monument to civil war hero Sergey Lazo – a red army commander, outstanding military and political figure during the Civil war, one of the Soviet leaders in Siberia and Primorye, tragically died at the hands of the Japanese and American interventionists in 1920. Bronze figure, executed in full height, is mounted on a granite pedestal. The right hand of the commander balled in a fist, the left holding a hat.

Due to the location of the monument to civil war hero Sergey Lazo in the historical centre of Vladivostok, this is the place most visited by tourists and visitors to the city. From the streets of the magnificent panorama of the Korabelnaya embankment and the Zolotoy Rog Bay. There are also Admiralty square and the triumphal arch of crown Prince Nicholas, a symbol and Bastion of Imperial power on the Pacific ocean, which was demolished with the coming to power of the Bolsheviks, and in the beginning 2000-x years, completely restored.

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