Unveiling of the Karo Alabyan monument in Moscow
Heritage & progress
It was a gift from the Armenian Embassy to the city. On April 27, a monument dedicated to Karo Alabyan was unveiled in Moscow. Such a gift to our city was made by the Embassy of Armenia in Russia in cooperation with the Government of Moscow and with the support of the Heritage and Progress Foundation.

Karo Alabyan was the principal architect of Moscow, founder of the Union of Architects # USSR, Vice President of the USSR Academy of Architecture. One of the first iconic buildings created by the architect in Moscow was the building of the Central Theater of the Red Army (now #ЦАТРА).

The Minister of the Government of Moscow, Head of the Department of Foreign Economic and International Relations Sergey Cheremin, Head of the Sokol District Council of Moscow Alexey Borisenko, son of the architect Alabyan's grand-nephew Georgy Melkonyan have all spoken at the event.

The Primate of the Diocese of Russia and New Nakhichevan in the Armenian Apostolic Church Yezras Nersisyan, the team responsible for the creation of the monument represented by the sculptor Georgy Frangulyan and architect Ashot Tatevosyan, Russian and Armenian functionaries of the architectural community, cultural, scientific and public spheres have also been there to witness the unveiling.

From now on, near the residential building No. 2 on Maly Peschany Lane, located at the intersection of Alabyan Street in Moscow, one can admire a stately monument dedicated to the remarkable Soviet and Armenian architect Karo Semyonovich Alabyan.
Karo Alabyan. Soviet architect, academician. Editor-in-Chief of the "USSR Architecture" journal.
3 Dnepropetrovskaya Str., Moscow, Russia, 117525
Heritage and Progress Foundation for the Development and Support of Russian-Armenian Humanitarian Initiatives