Bronze Code: 322
Height: 5.3 In
Width: 2.8 In
Weight: 1.2 LBs


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Discover the power and beauty of storytelling through the intricately designed plant 'Monumentskulputra’, crafted by the legendary artisans of Leningrad. This figure, a 1985 replica, commemorates the courage and selflessness of Nikolai Gastello, the Soviet military pilot lauded for his heroic feat at the outset of the Second World War.

Gastello, the embodiment of bravery and sacrifice, extinguished his life in a fiery blaze with his burning bomber, annihilating an entire column of enemy equipment. The plant 'Monumentskulputra', with utmost precision and authenticity, tells this stirring tale. Its subtle nuances and attention to detail capture Gastello's unparalleled bravery, making it a standout addition to any collection or exhibition.

The model has been masterfully replicated from the original 1985 model, carrying forth the high standards of craftsmanship its creators in Leningrad were renowned for. With its combination of detailed historical accuracy and artistic vision, this piece serves as a testament to the legacy of Soviet history and the indomitable spirit of its warriors.

Whether you're a military history enthusiast, a seasoned collector, or simply someone with an appreciation for unique, poignant art, the plant 'Monumentskulputra' offers a wealth of intrigue. It invites viewers to delve into a powerful moment in history and the captivating narrative of Nikolai Gastello's heroism.