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The rotunda, commemorating the fallen in the Battle of Poltava (The monument of Reconciliation)

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The rotunda was erected in honor of the 300th anniversary of Battle of Poltava in 2009. The triangular rotunda, designed in the classic style, was crowned with a cupola and a cross. The cross is deliberately deprived of the traditional orthodox cross elements: an upper crossbeam and a footrest – and is treated as a generally used Christian symbol. A bell is suspended under the dome of the rotunda. The Platform under the rotunda is slightly convex; in its center a plastic image of three doves as a symbol of the fallen souls (sculptor S. Margaryan) is placed on a pedestal. On the internal sides of the pylons there are three mosaic pictures, depicting national flags of Ukraine, Sweden and Russia (artist L.Totskiy); beneath them there are three marble plaques, which contain inscriptions in three languages “Time heals wounds” (old Swedish proverb). The Project author is Candidate of Architecture V. Tregubov.


About the project

Find & Follow is a travel project of the telecom operator Vodafone Ukraine. The main goal is to support the development of domestic tourism, local communities, small businesses and the creation of digital infrastructure for travel in Ukraine. Innovative pedestrian QR-routes are available in Kyiv, Lviv, Chernivtsi, Poltava, Cherkasy, Uzhhorod and Kherson. Routes consist of signs with QR-codes, which are placed near cultural and historical monuments, and arrows indicating the path. Having read the code on the plate, the tourist receives all the necessary information about the place near which he is. We add Village Tours to our country trips. These are weekend routes through Ukrainian villages, where it is safe, sparsely populated, incredibly interesting and beautiful.

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