Monument to the victims of the Holocaust "Formula of Sorrow"

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In a small square opposite the Alexander Palace in Pushkin near St. Petersburg is a monument of unusual shape and name. It is called “Formula of Sorrow” and really resembles a mournful figure leaning over a lake of blood-red flowers. But this is not an abstraction, but a real monument to the victims of the Pushkin ghetto. The author of the monument is the sculptor Vadim Sidur. He wrote: To stand, to turn into a sculpture And to become forever Silent, crying. The opening of the monument took place on October 13, 1991 in the presence of delegations from Israel, the USA, Germany, Finland and numerous compatriots.