Monument to the Dinosaur

Tula, Oktyabrskaya street, 26
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    In the autumn of 1989 in Tula, a monument to a dinosaur was erected but it is called this way only by the employees of Exotarium. The citizens came up with another name to the monument. The dinosaur monument in Tula is better known as the monument to the mother-in-law or “Teschazavr” But jokes of Tula’s citizens have not ended. Once on the 8th of March someone put a bouquet of flowers "the mother-in-law" in paws. The workers of Exotarium reacted to this with a sense of humor and began to think of the images of the monument and realize it. Now almost every holiday dinosaur is dressed up in different outfits. "Mother-in-law" has been Red Riding Hood and Snow White, a schoolgirl and a vampire and many other characters By the way, the sculptor Yuri Averkin called his dinosaur Tina, so she decided to be dressed up in women's clothes and to dignify Serpentini Jurevna respectful.
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    Tula, Oktyabrskaya street, 26
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