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List of statues of Stalin

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List of statues of Stalin

Stalin's statues
Massive Stalin statue in Prague
Statue of Stalin in Stalinallee, Berlin, Germany.
Statue of Vladimir Lenin and Stalin at the Leipzig Trade Fair of 1954.
Penza, 1954. Lenin & Stalin near Penza Planetarium
Statue of Stalin and Klement Gottwald at the Gundelfingen stone-cutting company.
Statue of Stalin at the Joseph Stalin Museum, Gori

This is a list of known monuments dedicated to Joseph Stalin.


  • Albania 1
  • Czech Republic 2
  • Germany 3
  • Georgia 4
  • Hungary 5
  • Lithuania 6
  • Mongolia 7
  • The Netherlands 8
  • Romania 9
  • Russia 10
  • Tajikistan 11
  • Ukraine 12
  • United States 13
  • See also 14
  • References 15


  • A statue of Joseph Stalin stood in Tirana but was taken down in December 1990.
  • A large statue of Stalin, along with one of Lenin, can be found behind the Art Museum in Tirana.

Czech Republic


  • A large statue of Stalin raising his right hand was in Riesa.


  • Small bust in front of the Batumi Stalin Museum.
  • A statue of Stalin stood at the town hall in Gori until it was taken down in June 2010.[1]
  • A Bust and a statue of Stalin was displayed in the Gori, but it was destroyed.
  • A silver statue of Stalin still exists in Shovi.[2]




The Netherlands

  • A statue of Stalin is displayed in water in Sonsbeek Park, Arnhem.[6]





United States

See also


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  5. ^ C. Amarcanaa and C. Mainbayar Concise Historical Album of the Mongolian Democratic Union. 2009. Illustration, p. 74
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