Soviet-era statues are statuary art as figured prominently in the art of the Soviet Union.
Communist symbology was of great importance for propaganda purposes. Such symbolism including other statues that were portrayals of realist allegorical figures in motion, figuratively striding forward into the new Soviet age, as well as Soviet role models, such as Nurkhon.
The sole statue of Stalin in Budapest, Hungary, was destroyed by citizens during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution; no replacement was ever made.
Soc-Realist allegories surrounding the Palace of Culture and Science
A relief from the Soviet military cemetery in Warsaw showing workers greeting victorious soldiers.
A monument to fallen Soviet soldiers in Ivanovka, Ukraine
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