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Books authored by Russians make this a literary 'must-see' for those who've read the books. However, if you haven't, the only thing that you might get out of this monument (?), is watching the people trying to sit on the chair.
Located on the edge of the City Park this chair is dedicated to two Soviet era writers and is inscribed with the word love in every conceivable language. It is a widely popular photo venue and can get quite busy when tour buses arrive.
The chair is devoted to a famous book by Russian/Soviet comedians Ilf and Petrov about Ostap Bender, a fraudulent guy who is trying to make money after hearing a rumor that a huge treasure is hidden in one of the 12 chairs of a set....More
If you don't know the story behind this chair which sits in the City park you will just say its just a chair, But I believe that the story is so important enough for people to come and have their photos taken with this chair...More
Love this little quirky photo shoot opportunity. Best if you find out a little before queuing for your picture. This monument always has people waiting so allow 15 mins. The park however is well worth visiting in its entirety anyway with good cafes and bars...More