List of statues of Joseph Stalin
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This is a list of known monuments dedicated to Joseph Stalin.
- 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.
- 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.
- A Bust and a statue of Stalin was displayed in the Joseph Stalin Museum in Gori, but it was destroyed.
- A statue of Stalin is still displayed in the Joseph Stalin Museum in Gori.
- A silver statue of Stalin still exists in Shovi.
- In Grutas Park.
- A statue of Stalin waist-deep in a pond, it is part of a bigger artwork called "Spitting leaders" (Fernando Sánchez Castillo, 2008) in Sonsbeek Park, Arnhem. The artwork depicts four statues: Stalin, Francisco Franco, Louis XIV, and an unidentified fourth leader. Dressed in military uniforms, with badges and medals, they spit water on each other's faces. Not only are they mocked by the artist, but they mock each other.
- An Ustrzyki Dolne statue 1951–56. As the result of the 1951 Polish–Soviet territorial exchange Poland obtained Ustrzyki Dolne, where Stalin's statue existed. The statue was unpopular, dressed, decorated with sausages or a broom and finally removed in 1956.
- Kraków - with Vladimir Lenin, in Strzelecki Park, removed in 1957
- A statue of Stalin stood at the entrance of Parcul I. V. Stalin (now renamed Parcul Herăstrău) in Bucharest but was torn down sometime between 1959 and 1965, during the De-Stalinization in Romania.
- A statue was located in front of the Central Party Committee Building (today the Prefecture) in Brașov but was torn down sometime between 1959 and 1965 during the De-Stalinization in Romania.
- A statue by Márton Izsák, located in the city center in Târgu Mureș, was torn down in 1962 during the De-Stalinization in Romania 
- Many statues can be found at Fallen Monument Park, Moscow.
- Bust at his tomb in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis, Moscow.
- Bust in the Museum of the Great Patriotic War, Moscow.
- Statue of Stalin along with Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill at the All-Russia Exhibition Center, Moscow.
- A large Stalin statue stood at the All-Russia Exhibition Center until 1948.
- A large statue of Stalin (created in 1952 by sculptor E.V. Vuchetich) stood in a southern suburb of Volgograd until 1961. A huge statue of Lenin, created by the same sculptor, was set up in the same spot and on the same base in 1972.
- A bust stands at the Memorial of Glory in Vladikavkaz.
- A bust stands at School No. 2 in Ardon, North Ossetia.
- There is bust of Stalin in the Communist Party's regional headquarters in Bryansk.
- A bust of Stalin is in Kizel.
- A statue in Nogir, North Ossetia–Alania.
- A bust of Stalin in the village of Chokh, Dagestan.
- A bust of Stalin at a square in Derbent, Dagestan.
- A bust of Stalin in the town of Dagestanskiye Ogni, Dagestan (until 2021).
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- "Stalin statue taken down in his Georgian hometown". BBC News. Retrieved 2015-07-09.
- "Photos of Republic of Georgia, silver statue of Stalin in the garden park of Shovi (Showshi) Kurort holiday resort". Hans Rossel. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
- "Stalin Statue at Isimuss Club, Ulaanbaatar". Flickr.com. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
- "National Library". Flickr.com. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
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- "Spitting Leaders (2008), Fernando Sánchez Castillo". mistermotley.nl. Retrieved 2020-06-15.
- "Niezwykła historia pomnika Stalina w Ustrzykach", Nowiny 24 (in Polish).
- "Kraków, pomnik Stalina i Lenina w Parku Strzeleckim - Encyklopedia PWN - źródło wiarygodnej i rzetelnej wiedzy". encyklopedia.pwn.pl.
- Bottoni, Stefano (2008). Sztálin a székelyeknél: A Magyar Autonóm Tartomány története (1952–1960) (Stalin among the Szeklers: A history of the Hungarian Autonomous Region (1952–1960)). Csíkszereda / Miercurea Ciuc: Pro-Print. ISBN 9789738468801.
- "Bust of Joseph Stalin, Museum of the Great Patriotic War, Moscow by Watersling". Advisor.Travel. Archived from the original on 2015-07-11. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
- "Северная Осетия: 129 день рождения И.В.Сталина в Северной Осетии". Kprf.ru. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
- "В Брянске торжественно открыт бюст Сталина". Regnum.ru. 2009-12-22. Retrieved 2015-07-09.
- "Russia's Last Stalin Avenue Removes Dictator's Bust Days After Installation". The Moscow Times. 4 May 2021.
- "Last Man Standing?". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
- "New Stalin statue fuels tension in Ukraine". Reuters.com. Retrieved 2015-07-10.
- http://www.washingtontimes.com, The Washington Times (2010-06-07). "Stalin bust has Virginia town red-faced". The Washington Times. Retrieved 2019-07-12.
- "D-Day Memorial Board to Relocate Stalin Sculpture". www.dailysignal.com.
- Smith, Debbie (2019-03-14). "Resurrecting Stalin: Confronting the Preservation Controversies at the National D-Day Memorial". National Center for Preservation Technology and Training. Retrieved 2019-07-12.
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