In Lithuania demolished the sculpture of a Soviet soldier, which was established in 1985 on the site of one of the first tank battles of the red Army and the Wehrmacht during the Second world war.
The monument represents the head of a Soviet soldier. Originally there were two, but one blew up in the 1990s. the Decision to dismantle the sculpture was made by the authorities of Alytus district of Lithuania, reports Delfi. The monument was rolled down from the mountain and transported to the Grutsky Park of the Soviet sculptures. Dismantling cost the municipality in eight thousand Euro.
Earlier it was reported about the plans of the Kiev authorities to create at ENEA removed from the city monuments, the Museum of monumental propaganda.