Belarus has the only sculpture in the world dedicated to condensed milk! It was established on November 23, 2013 in honor of the 75th anniversary of Rogachev milk canning plant.
"I am a dashing cucumber, everyone on the Earth eats me!" - the inscription on Olshansky cucumber's ribbon of honor reads. The monument is located close to cafe-pizzeria and banquet hall "Alshansky maentak". The initiative was shown by the cafe's owners. It is not surprising that the second cucumber monument in the country appeared in Olshany - the recognized cucumber capital of Belarus.
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The potato monument is located between Peshki and Chernyakovo villages in Bereza district, Brest region. Potato was first grown on this field about 200 years ago. “The cultivation of potato in these fields has began by local landowner Ignatius Shemiot in the 1830s. Chernyakovo (the first local economic center) has been known since 1632, it was founded here as a folvark by Lev Sapega" – such a sign is installed on a huge boulder in the field of "Borkovskoe" unitary enterprise. Local residents immediately called the new structure a “bulba monument" ("bulba" means potato in Belarusian).
What came first, the chicken or the egg? Many people ask this question. It seems that Vladimir Lomeyko – the author of the monument, a young talented artist from Soligorsk found the answer. "Everything starts with the egg" - the inscription on the monument says.
Egg monument, Soligorsk district, Krasnodvortsy agro-town, in front of the poultry farm
There is a city in Belarus, where condensed milk with cherry flavor is made. It is Glubokoye city. The cherry monument, which is more than 2 meters high, gives it a zest. The monument is made out of silumin in the form of a cylindrical pedestal, styled on wood, with a branch with cherries and leaves. The author of "The Cherry of Glubokoye" monument is Vitebsk sculptor Ivan Kazak. His monument is known not only among local residents, but also far beyond the city borders.