Leningradin ja Turun ystävyyden patsas

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Leningradin ja Turun ystävyyden patsas (in Finnish)
Staty över vänskapen mellan Leningrad och Åbo (in Swedish)
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Artist Antti Louhisto
Year 1967-1968
Type Bronze
Location Turku

The statue of friendship between Leningrad and Turku (Finnish Leningradin ja Turun ystävyyden patsas, Swedish Staty över vänskapen mellan Leningrad och Åbo) is a statue located in Puolalanpuisto park in Turku, Finland. It was erected 1967-1968 and revealed on May 19, 1969. The statue was erected in honour of the 15th town twinning anniversary between Turku and Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg).[1]

The statue depicts four figures, three men and a woman, greeting and embracing each other.[2]

Leningradin ja Turun ystävyyden patsas is made of bronze and stands 2.5 metres high. The base is made of red granite, mined from Vehmaa, and stands half a metre high.[3]

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Coordinates: 60°27′13.4″N 22°15′37.6″E / 60.453722°N 22.260444°E / 60.453722; 22.260444