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La Pasionara

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weekak wrote a review Sep 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom458 contributions94 helpful votes
i don't know much about Dolores Ibarruri but I'm not sure if this statue represents her or would inspire anyone to want to find out, its a bit dull looking, uninspiring, boring. i wouldn't go out of my way to see it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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macedonboy wrote a review Jan 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom146639 contributions100892 helpful votes
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La Pasionara or "The Passionflower" in English is a stylized female figure. La Pasionara references Dolores Ibárruri, a heroine of the Spanish Civil War, who was known by that her sobriquet. An almost featureless, the statue is nevertheless full of movement, arms raised crying out for justice. It honours both Ibárruri and the British volunteers of the International Brigade who fought on the side of the republican forces against the Fascists Nationalists
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Whatbob wrote a review Oct 2016
Glasgow, United Kingdom428 contributions442 helpful votes
Not dramatic and not a destination in itself but nicely Clydeside and well worth seeing and thinking about the associated history. It represents Dolores Ibarruri. She was a Spanish communist who came to symbolize Republican resistance. A big bit of history and it does have some Glasgow links.Nice statue.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Taxidevil wrote a review May 2015
Glasgow, United Kingdom2973 contributions892 helpful votes
This small statue stands on the banks of the Clyde between Jamaica Street and Howard Street. The statue represents Dolores Ibarruri who was a Spanish communist who came to symbolise Republican resistance against radical authoritarian nationalism during the Spanish Civil War.How sad then that on 4th May 2015 not far from this statue authoritarian nastionalists declared that democracy was dead. When you walk along the Clyde stop awhile at this statue and ponder those who died for our freedom.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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