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We all come from childhood. And this is the true truth. Children are direct, kind, sincere. Of course, their worldviews are formed by parents and cartoons. Soviet children did not watch their favorite cartoons every day, but they knew each of them almost by heart.
Cartoons used to be less colorful than computers do today, but that wasn't the worst of it. Since childhood, we remember all the characters, we recommend these cartoons to our children. Now there is no such thing. The world of cinema is crowded. Every day, new stories come out that often copy one another. Soviet cartoons remain in our hearts forever. And if you ask everyone who was born in the USSR whether he knows who the hedgehog is in the fog. That answer will certainly be positive.
This cartoon, created back in 1975 by Yuri Norshtein, amazes everyone who watched it. So, at least it was before. We often use different phrases that have come into tight use and become wings.
Cartoon "Hedgehog in the Fog" is one of the leaders among all the cartoons in our country. His stories are even sometimes mentioned in foreign projects. And no one denies that Western countries are watching our favorite cartoon. Not deprived of the "Hedgehog in the Fog" and bonuses.
Therefore, it is not surprising that such a character could not be immortalized. Yes, there is a monument for the cartoon character. It was installed in 2009 in the city of Kiev. They decided to create a hedgehog from a tree, he sits on a stump, in his paws there is a nodule. It was not difficult to make needles, because all that was needed were screws.
It is remarkable that the character from the cartoon was deserving and immortalized, because it causes interest not only in the adult population, but, most importantly, in children.
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