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Mount of Glory, Slabada
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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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  • On the mound of glory came the bus with the children. In appearance the words no, everything is fine, that is not true of the work of supervisors. On the Mound, nobody had been raised, but demanded pay around 300T. (with total) just for the fact that the bus stood for 5 minutes in the parking lot (it's free)!
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  • Glory mound in honor of the victory and liberation from fascism in World War II, in memory of the brutal and bloody battles.
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  • In many cities of the former SOVIET UNION there are monuments, monuments, etc., in one way or another, the events of the great patriotic war. This Kurgan refers to their number and, if you want to touch the history of this period, this place is definitely worth a visit. A staircase leads to the top of the more than 200 steps (without handholds!), but down leads is another ladder, which is handy as streams of people do not intersect. Upstairs you can make great pictures.
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