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Two months after the monument to Soviet ruler Vladimir Lenin at Taras Shevchenko Boulevard was torn down by pro-European protesters, artwork has again flowered on the spot.

About 100 gold-painted child mannequins were installed at the base monument on the afternoon of Feb. 13, replacing a golden toilet that appeared in early February and disappeared a few days later.

The plastic child mannequins are positioned around the front side of the monument, while one mannequin stands on top of the pedestal. The dummies are attached to the pedestal with thin ropes, one row above another, each having left arm stretched forward.

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