Project
Nikolay Lubimov memorial

Category 
Best Art in Outdoor Public Space

About the project
The USSR translator Nikolay Lubimov is known for his translations of Beaumarchais, Flaubert, Mérimée, Stendhal , Maupassant, Cervantes, and Proust. To celebrate his 110th anniversary, his bronze memorial was open in Peremyshl on June 11, 2022. The bronze figure is 2+ meters high, and its white podium presents a quote from Nikolay Lubimov’s memoirs: ‘For my existence in the world Peremyshl is to blame…’
The memorial has become the new landmark of the village.

Location
Peremyshlskoe Village, Kaluga Region, Russia

Project implementation year
2021

Extra visual materials (photos, videos etc.)
https://disk.yandex.ru/i/dL-qF9_O06bLBA
https://cloud.mail.ru/public/Rnbc/UxMY62z3Y

Applicant
Alexey Komov, Chief Architect of Kaluga

Authors of the project
Alexey Komov, architect
Denis Stretovich, sculptor

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