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A monument to the tiger will appear in Vladivostok

On the last weekend of September, Primorye will celebrate Tiger's Day, the regional administration said.

 
On September 27 and 28, residents of Vladivostok will be able to take part in events organized by the Administration of the Territory, the city and the Amur Tiger Autonomous Non-profit Organization.

Among other things, a grand opening of a bronze sculpture of a tiger, a gift from the Amur Tiger Center to the city, will take place at the festive site in front of the Primorsky Opera and Ballet Theater.

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