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                  Памятник Шолохову
                  Памятник Шолохову
                  Monument Sholokhov in Rostov-on-Don has quite an interesting story construction. In May 2000, by the River Don in honor of the 95th anniversary of the famous writer and Nobel Prize "for the artistic power and integrity of the epic of the Don Cossacks in the life of the Russian" Hero of Socialist Labor, winner of many other awards and medals titles, erected the first monument on the Don Sholokhov in Rostov-on-Don. Anniversary was marked on all farms in all regional centers and cities, villages Rostov region. Until 2000, no monument to the writer was not only a small monument in his native Sholokhov Veshenskaia. On the banks of the river is now sung classic set, donated Rostov-on-Don on the Ukrainian sculptor, Honored Artist of the Ukrainian SSR, the Sholokhov Prize winner Nikolai Mozhayeva Sholokhov monument that is the shape of the writer on a pedestal in full growth.