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Saturday, March 24, 2018

The sketch of a monument to actor Tikhonov in Pavlovskiy Posad approved his daughter

Sketch of the monument popularly beloved actor Vyacheslav Tikhonov has prepared in his native land — the suburban town of Pavlovsky Posad. Recently, local sculptor Vladimir Ivanov presented to the heads of administration of a bronze miniature and received approval not only from him but from the daughter of the late Anna.

As it became known “MK”, the laying of the cornerstone of the monument to Vyacheslav Tikhonov will be held this year and the monument will be installed for the anniversary of the actor – the 90th anniversary of Vyacheslav Tikhonov will be celebrated on 8 February 2018 . The property at the approved sketch of the monument to people’s artist is depicted sitting on a chair. In the hand of the Tikhonov points. On the face light smile. The relaxed pose and pensive look of the actor would say on that wisdom has given him invaluable experience and not hardened nature, which is the end of life remained very soft.

Actually 2016 will be special for the family of the famous actor, his name is closely associated with the history of Pavlovsky Posad. First, 26 Aug here for the first time will open the film festival “Seventeen moments” under which are displayed the modern domestic films about the war, and secondly, the architects will proceed to the restoration of the house of the legendary Stirlitz, who is now in disrepair. Two-story barrack building, which was built in 1908, the administration of Pavlovsky Posad district bought the residents a couple of years ago to the ancestral home found a decent appearance, and could become the Museum of folk artist.

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