Monument to Nicholas II

Monument to Nicholas II, Belgrade: Address, Monument to Nicholas II Reviews: 4/5

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The World is My Oyster
Orlando, FL19,064 contributions
Nice Monument
Aug 2020 • Friends
The guy depicted in this monument definitely had one of the most amazing groomed mustache of all time! The design is really beautiful, and I liked the bronze material used for it.
Written August 29, 2020
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Martyn Cymro
Coimbra, Portugal3,227 contributions
Imposing Statue
Jun 2019 • Solo
A very lifelike and imposing statue of the last Czar of Russia. There is no explanation, that I could find, at the site of why it is there. A photo opportunity and then move on.
Written June 16, 2019
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LolaGo1
Washington DC, DC5,664 contributions
Whose monument is this?
May 2019 • Solo
While walking around Belgrade, I came across this monument. Unable to read the explanation, I just took pictures of this monument.

Through TA reviews, I learned that it was the monument of Czar Nicholas II. I understand the closed relationship between Russia and Serbia, my guess it was the reason for the existence of this monument!
Written May 12, 2019
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Aleksandar
Belgrade, Serbia8,215 contributions
Interesting
Dec 2018 • Couples
Monuments of the last Russian emperor are not very frequent, not even in Russia, which is reason more to see this.
Very rich symbolism and detailed work.
Written January 29, 2019
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stefan_guzvica
Prague, Czech Republic2 contributions
Mass Murderer
Aug 2018 • Friends
Aside from being a particularly ugly example of nationalist kitsch in Belgrade, it commemorates an Emperor whose bloody reign caused millions to die of poverty and starvation even before he helped plunge his country and the whole world into a pointless war which caused the deaths of 16 million people.

It is almost as appalling as Brussels having a statue of Leopold II. Even the Russians have the good sense not to commemorate this man through a public memorial in Moscow or Saint Petersburg, but for some reason, Belgrade city government thought it appropriate.
Written November 12, 2018
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Eurotraveler110
Munich, Germany973 contributions
A very interesting piece of history
Nov 2018 • Solo
I have been a follower of history for most of my life. Part of this interest lies in the histories of great civilizations. The long history of Serbia and the history of the Russian people have been a particular highlight.

I have known of the close relationship between the two countries. I was pleased to find the statue of the last Czar and study it. It holds a position of honor here in Belgrade. I am pleased to have seen it.
Written November 3, 2018
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia10,252 contributions
The last Russian Tzar
Apr 2018 • Couples
We are lovers of all things monuments/statues/memorials, by seeking them out it is a fun way to see and learn more about the city. This statue located on the edge of Devojaki park stands a proud to the last Russian Tzar, during his reign Russia and serbia had a deep relationship. Worth a visit during a walk along Kralja Milana, there is also plenty of seating in the nice park, to rest the feets.
Written April 22, 2018
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