"Ponder at Bulavin's Monument" Trekhizbenka Things to Do Tip by hunterV
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This monument is located in Tiulenin Street opposite Central store and near the war memorial and the village church.
It depicts Condraty Bulavin (1680-1708) standing on a hill shouting as if calling people to get together and to resist the merciless authorities who think that Cossacks are a thoughtless mass of people that can be treated like dogs.
Bulavin's Uprising of 1707-1709 is an event in the Russian history.
It was one of the first large-scale popular uprisings in Russia.
Bulavin?s Uprising of 1707-1709 testified to the fact that people were not a thoughtless mass that can be easily governed. People are a great force capable of defending its sacred rights and freedoms.
Address: Tiulenin Street
Directions: Opposite Central Store