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Historic Monuments in Poltava

Redoubts on the Poltava battle field

Sady 1
Possibly term "Redoubt" originates from the French word of “redoubt”, which means "shelter". In Britannic military terminology...

Memorial of Soldier's Glory

Central area
There are more than three thousand Soviet soldiers, guerrillas and clandestine fighters who perished in the struggle against Nazi invaders...

Monument to A. I. Zygin

Central area
The Poltava region people keep А. І. Zygin in their minds well. He was among those who brought the long-...

The memorial sign to Martyn Pushkar

In July 1987, a memorial sign dedicated to Martyn Pushkar has been unveiled in a new residential area Polovky. Two...

Monument to Taras Shevchenko

In March 1926, a monument of Taras Shevchenko (1814 - 1861) has been unveiled in the Petrovsky Park. Sculptor I. P....

Monument to I. P. Kotliarevsky

It is impossible to imagine Poltava without I. P. Kotliarevsky (b.1769, d.1838), the pioneer of modern Ukrainian literature....

Monument at the grave I. P. Kotliarevsky

Central area
I. P. Kotliarevsky died on November 10, 1838, buried in the park called now after his name. The first tombstone...

Monument to N. V. Sklifosovsky

Many years of life and work of the famous Russian surgeon Nikolai Vasilievich Sklifosovsky have been closely related to Poltava....

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