Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Random Question # 59

Random Question 59

The following quote is an excerpt from the speech given by former US President Bill Clinton in 2006.
I thank my friend Zurab Tsereteli for one more time capturing the remarkable feelings that go beyond words. If you visit Moscow you will see Tsereteli’s massive victory monument celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the End of World War II, where the Russian people in the millions and millions laid down their lives as part of our common effort to defeat the Nazis. If you visit my home, you will see the tiniest painting of my mother that he gave me within a week after she died. He is a man of uncommon gifts and great generosity. He has touched the heart of America with this magnificent monument. We thank him. 
Identify the sculpture for which Zurab Tsereteli is being thanked .

Ans. Tear Drop memorial / Tear of Grief.

Read more about the memorial here

Random Question 58


indian said...

The "Tear of Grief" on the bank of the Hudson River.

Prof. said...

National September 11 memorial and museum.

Ameya said...

tear drop memorial... in respect to 9/11 martrys..

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