The Many Monuments To Russia’s Beloved MiG

The Many Monuments To Russia’s Beloved MiG


The MiG-15 dominated the skies when made its debut in the Korean war. One of the USSR’s first successful swept-wing aircraft it has since become the most-built jet of all time. Our friends at Oobject have assembled the most soaring monuments to the Soviet’s favourite fighter.

Be sure to also check out these less-than-original Soviet technologies, a few Sputniks and the 12 best computers on the Bloc.

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MiG 21 Monument Kazakhstan

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MiG 15 In Druzhkivka, Ukraine

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MiG 21 Monument

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MiG 17 Monument, Mariupo

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MiG 17 Monument, Nizhny

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MiG 21 Monument In Gatchina

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Tupolev Tu-104 Monument In Rybinsk

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MiG 19, Moldova

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MiG 17 Monument, Poland

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MiG 15 Vinnitsa Ukraine

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Soviet Karmanovo Fighter Plane In The Gagarin District In The Smolensk Oblast

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Soviet Il-28 Bomber Tokmok, Kyrgyzstan

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MiG 21 Vinnitsa Ukraine

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Soviet MiG 17 Monument, Germany

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MiG 21 Croatian Monument

A relic of former communist Yugoslavia that was a symbol of Croatian independence when it landed, refusing to attack.

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MiG 23 Gandhinagar, India

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Polish Jet Trainer Aircraft PZL TS-11 Monument, Zamosc, Poland

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Mig Monument, Akhtubinsk, Russia

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