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Sculptor: Igor Kotenev
A monument to Catherine the Great in town Noginsk it is a gold sculpture of the Empress and Autocrat of All the Russias two meters in height. The sculpture is placed on the lofty cylindrical pedestal.
A bottom part of the pedestal is a big cube. There are bas-reliefs with the images of famous persons of Russia of XVIII, XIX, XX,XXI centuries. Between the bas-reliefs there is a image of a scroll with memorial inscription, “5 October 1781 the Empress Catherine the Great issued a decree to rename the village Rogoga (Hessian) to the town Bogorodsk”.
The monument was established on the square of Bugrov in town Noginsk in honor of 225th anniversary of the renaming of the village Rogoga to the town Bogorodsk. Unfortunately in 1930 the town was renamed again to town Noginsk.
If you are going to go to Noginsk from Moscow you should start from Kursky railway station (Gorkovskoye direction of Moscow Railways). By the Electric multiple unit go till station Noginsk. From the station go to crossroad between Komsomolskaya Street and Trudovaya (Working) Street. On the street Trudovaya go to crossroad with Street of the Third International. After the crossroad from the left side you will find the square of Bugrov. There is a monument to Catherine the Great in the center of the square.