The Municipality of Kisela Voda allocated 4.5 million MKD from its budget for a 5-foot sculpture of Todor Aleksandrov, who today was set in place “Cheshma” between “Prvomajska” and “Ivan Kozarov” streets. The sculpture called “Macedonian commander on horse” has height of 5 meters and a pedestal with a height of 3.5 meters, and according to the project, four reliefs in bronze will be placed on the pedestal with a total area of 8.4 square meters. In the next period the Municipality of Kisela Voda will also rearrange the surrounding area.
The pedestal was built by the company “Nela Ar” from Skopje which cost the municipality 3,281,000 MKD. The sculpture is made in the Serbian foundry “Jeremic,” that within six months poured out and deliver the sculpture in the municipality. The Ministry of Culture that realized the project, gave 21 million denars for the sculpture, which included the fees of the author of the sculpture, Mile Brceski.
Source: MTV, 26.06.2012