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St. Petersburg Latest City To Honor Apple's Steve Jobs

Published 10 January 2013


A giant 3-meter-tall black iPhone, with a working touch screen, was unveiled outside the St. Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics, and Optics on January 9. It's a memorial honoring the contributions of Apple founder Steve Jobs. The screen displays video, photos and text documenting Jobs' remarkable life. It joins monuments to Jobs in Budapest and Odesa. (7 PHOTOS)

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An iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Steve Jobs was unveiled on January 9 in the courtyard of the State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics, and Optics in St. Petersburg.

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The St. Petersburg monument features a working touch-screen.

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The screen displays video, photos and text documenting Jobs' life.

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The monument is called "Sunny QR Code," in reference to a QR code on the back of the memorial.

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The Ukrainian city of Odesa also has a monument to Jobs.

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A statue honoring Jobs at Graphisoft Park in Budapest