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Lugansk Monuments

Kliment Voroshilov Statue

Kliment Voroshilov Statue

Kliment Voroshilov Statue Afghan War Memorial Vladimir Dal Memorial Taras Shevchenko Statue

photo 1: Kliment Voroshilov Statue
Between 1935 and 1958 and again from 1970 to 1990 Lugansk went under the name "Voroshilovgrad" in honour of Soviet military commander and politician Kliment Voroshilov (1881-1969).

photo 2: Afghan War Memorial
War memorial in Lugansk dedicated to soldiers who perished in the Soviet-Afghan War (1979-1989).

photo 3: Vladimir Dal Memorial
Statue and House-Museum of Vladimir Ivanovich Dal, famed Russian lexicographer (writer of dictionaries), who published the Explanatory Dictionary of the Live Great Russian Language, which was published in 4 volumes from 1863 to 1866.

photo 4: Taras Shevchenko Statue
Regarded as the "father" of modern Ukrainian language, Shevchenko monuments, which represent Ukrainian nationalism, are now more widespread in Ukraine than those of Vladimir Lenin.

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Around Lugansk

Sovietskaya Ulitsa (Soviet Street)

Sovietskaya Ulitsa (Soviet Street)

Sovietskaya Ulitsa (Soviet Street) Druzhba Hotel Lugansk Tram Lugansk Train Station

photo 2: Druzhba Hotel
Located in the center of Lugansk, across the street from the Puppet Theater.

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Notable Lugansk Buildings

Lugansk

Lugansk

Lugansk Lugansk Historical Museum Institute of Culture and Art

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Lugansk Oblast Regional Administration, known by locals as the White House.

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Photo from the back of the Institute of Culture and Art in Lugansk, Ukraine.

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Lugansk Arts and Entertainment

Lugansk Puppet Theater

Lugansk Puppet Theater

Lugansk Puppet Theater Russian Drama Theater Avangard Stadium Colosseum Night Club

photo 3: Avangard Stadium
With a seating capacity of 22,228 spectators, the stadium is home to football club Zorya Lugansk.

photo 4: Colosseum Night Club
Concert-Hall Colosseum is a popular Lugansk nightclub offering shuttle bus service from the East Market.

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