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Nearest metro station: Kiyevskaya (Filyovskaya Line)
Sculptor: Burganov Alexander
The monument to the famous writer Lesya Ukrainka it is a high bronze sculpture of the poetess. Lesya Ukrainka is dressed in the simple long dress. She is standing under the tree. By the left hand she holds a notebook with poems. The right hand she is stretching forward and with an inspiration she is reading her romantic poems. A small bird sitting on the tree and attentively is listening melodious voice of Lesya. The monument was placed on the small pedestal from red granite. There is a name of poetess on the pedestal which written by gold letters.
The monument to Lesya Ukrainka was established in 2006 by the sculptor Burganov Alexander on the Ukrainian boulevard on the day of the celebration of the Day of Moscow.
Go to metro station Kiyevskaya (Filyovskaya Line) and exit to the Kiyevsky railway station. On the street cross the Street Square of the Kiyevsky railway station toward the shopping center “European”. Go around the center from the right side to the Big Dorogomilovskaya Street. Cross the road and turn left. Go about 80 meters till the Ukrainian boulevard and at the building no 8a turn right and go on the boulevard toward the pedestrian zone of the boulevard. Pass the sculpture Friendship and after 20 meters from the left side of you there you will find the monument to Lesya Ukrainka.