Regarding the former, thanks to the action of the Russian Military Historical Society (of which the current Minister of Defense Sergey Shoigú and the former Minister of Culture, Vladimir Medinsky are part), since 2012 monuments mobile phone number list have been discovered throughout the country that seek to highlight central figures of the Russian past, such as the almost 20-meter-high statue of Prince Vladimir –responsible for Russia's conversion to Christianity– inaugurated in 2016 in front of one of the gates of the Moscow mobile phone number list Kremlin, or the most controversial of Mijaíl Kalashnikov –the inventor of the famous rifle– discovered in 2017 in the center of the capital.
It is worth adding here the impressive monument of Aleksandr Nevsky – the prince who expelled the Teutonic Order in the 13th century – inaugurated a few months ago in Samolva , a town located on the border with Estonia. The place mobile phone number list chosen to place the statue is not innocent and its message is clear: that is where the possible influence of NATO reaches . But they have also seen the light of television series on the centenary of the October Revolution, such as Pilgrimage through the paths of pain or mobile phone number list Trotsky–both financed by the Ministry of Culture–,
which presented the revolution as a mobile phone number list moment of chaos and disunity between brothers and warned viewers about the consequences of a possible social revolt. Perhaps the maximum expression of this trend has been the exhibition Russia, my history , inaugurated in Moscow in 2013 and replicated since 2017 in various cities of the interior. In the exhibition, events from the monarchical and Soviet past coexist, which are presented through modern technological and audiovisual resources united by the idea that Russia only prospered when it had a powerful and united State, whether it was pre-revolutionary or Soviet.eleven.