I also have photos of the Fernsehturm in Stuttgart and Berlin, but not at hand, sorry.
Amongst those below, I only went up the one in Tashkent (1st level).
The tower in Moscow was closed for renovation, and the one in Almaty was not open to visitors.
STATUES OF THE MOTHERLAND
Motherland (Russian: Rodina-mat) is the name of several huge statues in various cities of the former USSR,
All of them commemorate the Soviet victory in the Great Patriotic War (World War II).
85 m (to top of sword)
"Rodina Mat' Zovyot!"
102 m (to top of sword)
STATUES OF LENIN
Although Stalin statues are quite rare (except in Georgia),
Lenin statues are still quite common,
although they have sometimes been "relocated at the back" like in Bishkek.
In Russia, most towns have some sort of Lenin Sq. with a statue or like in Ulan-Ude, a BIG head.
the world´s biggest Lenin head