Buried and long forgotten, the head of a giant Lenin statue is set to make a comeback in the German capital a quarter-century after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
A fountain called Su Peri (in English, Mermaid) has been opened in Almaty on the Lovers Day or Kozy Korpesh and Bayan Sulu Day that Kazakhstan celebrates on April 15.
A monument to Charles De Gaulle has been erected in Astana.
Poles who saved Jews during the Holocaust will be honoured with a new memorial in the Polish capital Warsaw paid for by the children of survivors.
A recently installed fountain in a city park of Astana became an object of ridicule from Internet users.
UNESCO added seven settlements of the Great Silk Road located at the territory of Kazakhstan onto its World Heritage List.
Kazakh representative to the UNESCO Executive Council Asel Utegenova said that Kazakhstan would ensure necessary protection of monuments included into the World Heritage.
Thieves armed with heavy machinery and cranes made a daring midnight heist in northern Australia, stealing a 10-metre, seven-tonne mango monument.
The Hungarian government said Wednesday it had postponed the inauguration of a controversial monument which Jewish critics say glosses over Budapest's active role in the Holocaust.
Pro-EU Ukrainian protesters on Sunday toppled a statue of the Soviet Union's founder Vladimir Lenin in Kiev after hundreds of thousands massed for a new protest in an increasingly tense standoff with President Viktor Yanukovych's government.
The Statue of Liberty finally reopened to visitors, on the July 4 national holiday, months after Superstorm Sandy slammed into New York.
Latvian President Andris Berzins opened a memorial to Latvian victims of political repressions in Karaganda oblast in central Kazakhstan.
A bronze statue of Azerbaijan's late leader is going to be booted out of Mexico City's most famous avenue after rights activists complained that a "dictator" did not deserve such an honor.
Surrounded by flowers and palm trees off Mexico City's main avenue, the statue of Azerbaijan's late leader looks peaceful in a corner of the noisy and polluted capital's biggest park.
Baydibek Bi monument has similarities with the well-known Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio-de-Janeiro.
A new sight called Syr Ana (Mother of Syr Land) was opened in Kyzylorda, southern city of Kazakhstan, on the City Day.
A 300-kilogram 2-meter-tall iron medal is set in front of Baluan Sholak Sports Palace in Almaty in honor of the 2012 Olympic winners.
An official opening of the memorial called "To victims of famine of 1932-1933" at the crossing of Republic and Abai streets in Astana was held on May 31.
Memorials to victims of famine and political repressions were opened in Pavlodar and Petropavlovsk on May 31.
The Memorial of Glory in 28 Panfilov’s Guard Park in Almaty will be renovated for the first time.
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