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City of Military Glory In 2010 Bryansk was awarded the title of a City of Military Glory for the heroism of its citizens and partisans during the Second World War and this monument was unveiled in the same year. The monument is the standard City of Military Glory Monument with a granite obelisk with the Russian double-headed eagle on the top. The obelisk is surrounded by four plinths with engravings of scenes from the Battle of Kulikovo Field, the Northern War, the Napoleonic War and finally the Second World War.
Intercession Cathedral The Intercession Cathedral is the oldest surviving religious building in Bryansk having been completed in 1698. The cathedral takes the form of a standard five-domed building but with an additional two storey building attached to the side. In 1918 the cathedral was closed and subsequently used as an archive. It was only returned to the Orthodox Church in 1993.
Bryansk State Regional Museum Bryansk has had a regional museum since 1921 but it only moved to the massive monumental building on Ploschad Partizan (Partisan Square) in 1984. Its exhibits on the natural world include the skeleton of a mammoth, geological displays and stuffed animals in dioramas of their national habitats. The history section covers ancient weapons, the role of Bryansk's citizens in the Battle of Kulikovo Field, the Northern Wars, the Napoleonic War and the Second World War as well as the belongings of Fyodor Tyutchev and Aleksey Tolstoy.
Bryansk Museum of Art and Exhibition Centre The Bryansk Museum of Art was established in 1968 when it was decided to separate the regional museum's art collection so that it could be put on display in a museum devoted solely to art. As well as functioning as an exhibition centre, the museum's permanent displays contain over 9,000 items. Its exhibitions are dedicated to folk art, Russian paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries, sculptures, icons and glass and ceramic wares.
Kurgan of Immortality One of the symbols of Bryansk is the Kurgan of Immortality which is located in the Solovi Park. The 12 metre high kurgan (a Russian burial mound) was created in 1968 to commemorate the citizens of Bryansk who died protecting the freedom and independence of the Motherland during the Second World War. On top of the mound is a giant star decorated with a brightly coloured mosaic.
Svensky Uspensky Monastery The Svensky Monastery was founded in 1288 by Prince Roman Mikhailovich of Bryansk who dedicated it to the Dormition ('Uspenie' in Russian) of the Virgin Mary. According to the legend surrounding the establishment of the monastery, Prince Roman was losing his sight and so sent for a copy of the wonderworking Our Lady of Pechersk Icon from the Kievo-Percherskaya Lavra in Kiev so that he could pray to it. As the party was returning with the icon to Bryansk along the River Desna, the icon disappeared and later miraculously appeared in a tree on the bank of the River Sven. Prince Roman prayed to the icon and his sight was returned and so in gratitude he founded a monastery on the site where the icon appeared. Today the icon is also housed in Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery.
Fyodor Tyutchev Monument The renowned poet and diplomat Fyodor Tyutchev was born in 1803 in the village of Ovstug which is located in what is now the Bryansk Region. This monument to him was erected in 2003 to commemorate the 130th anniversary of the death of the great poet. The statue stands opposite to the grand building of the Aleksey Tolstoy Bryansk Regional Theatre.
Vladimir Lenin Monument On Ploschad Lenina (Lenin Square) around halfway up Prospekt Lenina (Lenin Prospect) is a statue of Vladimir Lenin. This statue depicts him with one hand in his coat pocket and one hand resting on a stand. The statue was unveiled in 1970 and is eight metres tall including the pedestal. The building behind Lenin is the City Administration and to the left of him is the Administration of the Bryansk Region.
Chernobyl Memorial As a result of the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster of 1986, the Belgorod Region was mildly contaminated and many people who now live in the region were sent in to liquate the catastrophe and are now suffering from the effects of radiation poisoning. This poignant memorial was unveiled in 2006 on the 20th anniversary of the tragedy and consists of a giant globe with a huge crack running down the centre.
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