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12 minutes on foot from the hotel

The monument to Mikhail Tverskoy was opened on 23 May 2008 in Sovetskaya Square & nbsp; the city of Tver. The ceremony took place in the framework of passing are all-Russian celebrations of the Day of Slavic Literature and Culture, which is celebrated on May 24th.
The author of the composition is a People's Artist of Russia Andrey Kovalchuk. The monument is made of bronze and mounted on a pedestal of light gray granite. The composition is a Grand Duke, sitting on horseback. The height of the monument is 8.5 meters. On the pedestal is depicted as a belt ornament Slavic Orthodox subjects and bronze shield as a symbol of protection of the Tver and the whole Russian land. Prince gesture can be interpreted in different ways. It simultaneously read a farewell greeting and blessing.

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