Dog Capital Sculpture, Krasnodar
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Address: ul Mira 35, Krasnodar, Russia
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About Dog Capital Sculpture, Krasnodar
The sculpture of Walking dogs is situated along with a monument to Lenin and Catherine in Krasnodar. This sculptural composition of the two dogs in love at the corner of Red Street and Mira Street in Krasnodar was created by the sculptor Valery Pchyolin. According to his idea, these two dogs of different sexes symbolize a loving couple – the man and the woman - met at the first meeting under the building with the clock at the corner and went for a walk, holding hands. The sculpture also reminds its visitors the work of the poet Vladimir Mayakovski, who called Krasnodar as the “dog’s capital” in one of his poems. The dogs here are presented as a couple dressed in the style of 20s. The sculpture represents a stout bulldog pacing in his coat, and his lady, in old-fashioned clothes and with an umbrella in her paw. According to a legend, the dogs can fulfill your wishes; just rub their noses or paws.
How To reach Dog Capital Sculpture by Public Transport
- Nearest Bus Stop: Muzykalnyy teatr
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