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The last monument to Pushkin was dismantled in Ukrainian Chernivtsi

The last monument to the Russian poet Alexandr Pushkin was dismantled in west-Ukrainian Chernivtsi, the city mayor Roman Klichuk informed. Dozens of Pushkin and other Russian imperial monuments were dismantled in Ukraine after Russia attacked.

It was a plaster cast Soviet-era mass sculpture. Many similar sculptures were put across Ukraine to mark Russian presence.

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Pushkin monuments disappear from Ukrainian streets following Lenin, as decolonization is underway

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