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Sculptures & Monuments

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The 'Angel of Freedom' monument was built for the first time in 1928 to commemorate the first decade of Lithuanian independence. The famous Dzūkai (inhabitants of south Lithuania) sculptor Antanas Aleksandravičius is the author of the sculpture.
Close to the Youth Park, going down A. Jonyno street towards Kauno street, on a little hill on the left a sculpture 'Youth', built in 1992, proudly looks at the town.
Sculpture author Teodoras Kazimieras Valaitis. It is 'playing' sculpture: kinetic sculptor used items - the hook planes, when strong wind blowing in their emitted hoot similar to the bell peal.
By Klaudijus Stepanovas. 'The Goat' - a playful youth park plastic metal sculpture, depicting the character of Lithuanian folk tales.
By Tim Juel Jacobsen. 'Question' - a plastic metal sculpture, standing in tte Youth Park. It gave a Danish artist Alytus late spring of 1997.
Sculpture author Michael Odenwaeller. 'Step' - plastic metal sculpture, standing in Youth Park. The German sculptor gave it to Alytus in the 1998's midsummer.
The first sculpture (by V. Kančiauskas) was created in 1981 to commemorate the 400th Magdeburg rights anniversary of Alytus city. After the bridge over Nemunas was built, the new sculpture by V. Kančiauskas was built in 2015 at the location of the old one.
The author Virginija Bobušytė Venckūnienė. Varied and sophisticated 'Rainbow' attracts visitors attention.
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Author Benjaminas Narbutas. Youth Park was established in 1982 between the springy brooks.
In 1995 a monument for unborn babies a cross 'For Unborn' was built in the churchyard. The monument is built on the initiative of Alytus family centre, the employees of which collected donations.
On the initiative of a priest Butkus in 1939 a monument 'For Mother' was built in the churchyard of the Church of St. Guardian Angels'.
In the very centre of Alytus, at the crossing of Ligoninės and Vilniaus streets, in 1994 a sculpture of ancient Baltic god "Patrimpas" was erected.
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In the square of Alytus town garden stands a memorial called 'Quiet Bell' dedicated for commemoration of nation's torment. It gathers all memory symbols of nation's resistance battles in one place.
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Authors: sculptor A. Pivoriūnas, architect R. Buivydas. This monument was built to this teacher in 1989 beside Adolfas Ramanauskas - Vanagas Gymnasium.
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The township has a monument dedicated to Priest Alfonsas Petrulis, a member of the Lithuanian Council, Signatory the Act of Independence of 16 February 1918, who was working as a dean in the Pivašiūnai Church from 1911 to 1927.
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The stone 'Normandia-Nemunas' in the 1st Alytus next to the crossing of Miškininkai and Lakūnai streets is designed to commemorate the legendary French squadron "Normandia-Nemunas".
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The monument ‘Lament’ is in the cemetery of the Second World War soldiers in Alytus.
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The monument to the Grand Duke Vytautas was built in 2010, in one of the oldest settlements of lithuanians tatars - in Raižiai (Alytus district). Under the monument capsule was admitted with a message for future generations, which contains information about the importance of the Battle of Grunwald, the Great Duke Vytautas and the Tatars history.
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Near the children's poet Anzelmas Matutis memorial museum (Anzelmo Matucio st. 8, Alytus) is located pine forest was decorated with wooden sculptures of poems of the poet's characters. They were given to the city from an international symposium wood carvers' Rainbow Lake ladles' to commemorate the poets' Anzelmas Matutis 90th birth anniversary. During the symposium a dozen artists from Lithuania and other countries created sculptures under writer A.Matutis works, literary heroes. Coming down through A. Matutis street past the sport school on the right side meets Bulgarian Svetlozar Lisičkov bench 'Rhino', Lithuanian Artturas Zienka 'Rainbow', Latvian Matias Jansson and Dita Kalvane 'Woodpeckers forge', Lithuanian Petras Pranckevičius 'Harvest', Lithuanian Gintautas Akstinas 'Apple-tree', Lithuanian Edvardas Bielokapitovas 'Drevinukas', Lithuanian Egidijus Impolis 'The forest'. All the playful mood brightens Vladimir Almanov (Moscow Region) work 'Grasshopper'. Near museum's gates to the visitors looks up and down Evgeny Pticyn (Moscow region) 'Mother Owl'. Also, there is Kestutis Benedikas carving 'Coming back to the childhood'.
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The monument for people killed for the freedom of Lithuania was built on 18 May 1928. The monument was secretly demolished and buried in 1960 at the order of the head of collective farm. In spring 1989 the men of the village dug out the remains of the monument and rebuilt it. A wooden fence was built around it. The monument was unveiled and sanctified on 27 May 1989.