terça-feira, 1 de setembro de 2015

Russia: "demon" Centenary vandalized in Saint Petersburg

The work was located in front of a new Orthodox Church, which is under construction.

About of 500 people gathered Sunday to protest the destruction of the bas-relief and demand that those responsible are identified and brought to justice.

The Act had been claimed by a man who claimed to belong to the Group of Cossacks Saint Petersburg, but the leader of the Orthodox Cossacks of the city quickly denied the information.

A protester says "there are a lot of churches and other monuments decorated with figures of demons or gargoyles and chimeras, nobody touches them. So if those who yanked the bas-relief made by religious motivations, it's a disgrace, an act of vandalism and deserve to be punished, in accordance with the law ".

Several residents indicated that those responsible if they did pass for construction workers to access the site.

The middle of August, several Orthodox militants from the self-styled movement "will of God" destroyed in Moscow, a short distance from the Kremlin, several sculptures at an exhibition dedicated to the "non-conformist art" of the Soviet era.

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