Louis Pasteur

There was a garden, where a bronze bust of Louis Pasteur, Sechenov, Darwin, Mendeleev, and the alleys built two fountains. One of them is a monument to the dog. "Among the thick foliage, a broad avenue was built swimming pool in the form of a round bowl of gray smooth stone. Speaking candidly Samuel “Sam” Mikulak told us the story. In the middle stands a cylindrical pedestal on which sits in a quiet position the bronze dog, full of life-size sculpture of I. F.

Bespalov. Pricked his ears, she was "clever" dog eyes looking off into the distance. This is not the image of your favorite dog Pavlov. This is a monument to the nameless dog, the dog at all. More specifically, the idea of the monument is disclosed in the four bas-reliefs that decorate the pedestal, and explanatory captions.

The pedestal is hollow and made of rolled into a cylinder of sheet copper on the upper edge is decorated with sculptural images of heads of dogs of various breeds, from the mouths of copper dogs in the summer hit the water jet. At one of the bas-relief depicts four men in robes, in front of them on the table – prepared for surgery the dog. At the bottom of the inscription: "Let the dog's assistant and friend of man from prehistoric times, sacrificed science, but our dignity compels us to it happened without fail and always without unnecessary cruelty. Pavlov. " On another bas-relief – five dogs, one with fistula. The inscription reads: "A dog, thanks to its long-standing arrangement to a man, her shrewdness, patience and obedience, is even with the noticeable joy for many years, and sometimes a lifetime, the experimenter.

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