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Mount of Glory, Slabada

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
Mount of Glory uses four bayonets atop a man-made hill to represent each of the Soviet fronts in World War II. You can park your car next to a row of Soviet tanks. Take the stairs, which encircle the grassy hill, offering different views of the monument. The pyramidal hill was built from the scorched earth of the nine Soviet "hero cities," not far from the location of the last battle in Belarus. Notice the sculpted faces of partisans at the base of the monument. Look for a big plaque with the iconic Soviet hammer-and-sickle and a text in mosaic praising the Soviet army for its efforts. Plan your Mount of Glory visit and explore what else you can see and do in Slabada using our Slabada travel itinerary maker.
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  • Very impressive monument to the fallen Belarusian and Baltic armies who gave their lives here. You can combine it with trip to Khatyn if you have private guide. Again we had superb private guide so vi...  read more »
  • A magnificent structure visible from a distance. Easy enough to find his way, there is a convenient parking lot. Nelûbâŝie steps can walk at the bottom on the square among the military equipment. Other highly recommend climb up to the monument. Repairing stairs recently, and in general support the monument is in order. Note: the map is displayed in the incorrect place attraction!
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  • The Mound of Glory was built to commemorate Belarus' liberation from the Nazis in World War 2. The mound is 35m tall and contains soil taken from all over Belarus. The climb to the top involves two pa...  read more »
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