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  1. Apr 17, 2018 · In this gigantic statue, Peter the Great stands proudly atop a tower of ships, clutching a golden scroll in his hand. He looks like a poised, triumphant ruler ready to conquer the seas. But ...

  2. The Peter the Great Statue is a 98-metre-high (322 ft) monument to Peter the Great, located at the western confluence of the Moskva River and the Vodootvodny Canal in central Moscow, Russia. It was designed by the Georgian designer Zurab Tsereteli to commemorate 300 years of the Russian Navy, which Peter the Great established.

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  4. The Peter the Great Statue is a 98-metre-high monument to Peter the Great, located at the western confluence of the Moskva River and the Vodootvodny... Statue of composer George Frideric Handel sits above Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey on April 8, 2009 in London. Handel, who died 250 years ago this...

  5. The statue of Peter the Great in the Peter and Paul Fortress was unveiled on June 7, 1991. The monument is a sculpture of Peter I, sitting on the throne. It has tiny head and massive torso and it's hard to believe that this statue offers a true representation of Peter the Great, the founder of the Peter and Paul Fortress and of St. Petersburg.

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  6. About. Moscow's Peter the Great monument definitely stands out at 322 feet of stainless steel, bronze, and copper and is housed less than a mile from the famous Kremlin wall. The monument, created by sculptor Zurab Tsereteli, depicts the Russian czar at the wheel of a ship with a document in his hands.

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  7. Monument to Peter the Great With its tiny head and massive torso, it's hard to believe that this statue offers a true representation of Peter the Great, the founder of the Peter and Paul Fortress (and of St. Petersburg). According to sculptor Mikhail Shemyakin, however, it was based on the death-mask and wax figure of Peter kept in the Hermitage.

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