In Odessa, a monument to Suvorov

13.10.2012

On 29 September in Odessa was established and inaugurated a monument to the great military leader, who, in fact, is one of the founders of Odessa, Alexander Suvorov.
The monument, which immortalized the commander on horseback, once stood in our city, but after the war it was moved in Izmail. The initiator was yours truly back in 2005, and the mastermind behind the installation of the monument in the city, named after the Suvorov became the leader of the Party of Regions faction in the Odessa City Council Gennady Trukhaniv.
It should be noted that the monument of Ishmael did not take, and Suvorov district installed a replica of sculptor Eduards.

On 29 September in Odessa was established and inaugurated a monument to the great military leader, who, in fact, is one of the founders of Odessa, Alexander Suvorov.
The monument, which immortalized the commander on horseback, once stood in our city, but after the war it was moved in Izmail. The initiator was yours truly back in 2005, and the mastermind behind the installation of the monument in the city, named after the Suvorov became the leader of the Party of Regions faction in the Odessa City Council Gennady Trukhaniv.
It should be noted that the monument of Ishmael did not take, and Suvorov district installed a replica of sculptor Eduards.

During the opening ceremony of the consecration of the monument and the Chapel of the Metropolitan of Odessa and Izmail Agafangel.
Alexander Suvorov played a historic role in the reform of the Cossacks in the Novorossiysk Territory. In 1788, in a solemn ceremony he personally handed the sergeant troops Faithful Cossacks atamans Sidor White, Anton Golovatyi and Zechariah Chepigi banners and kleinods.
In 1787 1791g.g. Russian-Turkish war of Suvorov for the first time brought together Cossack gulls. This Cossack flotilla consisted of about 200 boats, seagulls led by Ataman Sidor White, and after his death — Colonel Anton Golovatogo.
Currently in Odessa is deservedly a Monument Kazakov Golovatyi, and named one of the longest streets in honor of Colonel, which greatly helped to win Suvorov Ochakov, Ishmael, Ackerman, Machin and Bender.
In October 1780 the Russian Black Sea Cossacks helped Marines seize a fortress Kealia.
Beats infantry bayonet and Cossack saber caused fear among the Turkish troops. 11 September 1789. near the river Rymnik it Staradub Cossack regiment first broke into the enemy positions, and this gave the opportunity to win Hadzhibey. In its place was soon founded Odessa.
Joseph de Ribas, is named after the main street of Odessa, said: Russian first established themselves in Hadzhibey, which soon became a tramp Odessa Cossack gopaka.

Suvorov valued at the service of the Cossacks and every encouragement to their courage and bravery. After taking in December 1790 Izmail fortress — an impregnable stronghold, like it was in Europe, he generously rewarded his Ukrainian soldiers. All Ukrainian officers were presented with gold medallions with the inscription "For outstanding courage." Zachary Chepiga received the Order of St. George, a chieftain Anton Golovatiy the Order of St. Vladimir.
Historians estimate that in the Russian-Turkish war of 1787 1791g.g. Suvorov participated under the Black Sea Cossacks 42,000.
And we, the modern Cossacks, descendants of our great-great-grandfather, accept the honorary title "Union Army of the Faithful Black Sea Cossacks behalf of Alexander Suvorov." Each year, the Cossacks gaining his move increased membership in our Cossack organization.
First Cossacks took part in this great celebration for us. Cossacks sincerely thanked the deputy city council from the Party of Regions Gennady Truhanov and his fighting team.
Today we contemplate the beautiful monument to AV Suvorov. And according to the custom of the Cossacks we praise those people who were directly related to the monument to Suvorov, and talking in the voice of our three-fold: Lubo! Lubo! Lubo!
A prominent military leader of all time — Generalissimo Alexander Suvorov our Cossack: Glory! Glory! Glory!

Victor Olejnik

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