Uz Sibīriju aizvestajiem Latvijas Bērniem
Monument for the Children who were deported to Siberia
Grey granite statue of a girl.
dedicated to children who were deported to siberia|
1941 - 1949
детям латвии депортированным в сибирь
Latvian and Russian text: To the Latvian children deported to Siberia
'Orphan' was created in 1998 and won the first place in the competition for a monument for the victims of communist terror. The sculptor himself was as a 2-year old deported to Siberia. Despite its first place, the monument by Paula Jaunzema was exectuted (not seen by us). Ten years later, Karlovs' creation was unveiled opposite the presidents's palace.
The architect of the monument is Kārlis Alksnis.
- Jānis Karlovs (Suntažu pagasta 'Kaltiņos' 1939),
Sources & Information
Location (N 56°57'6" - E 24°6'4")
Item Code: lv076; Photograph: 10 July 2013
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