Monument to Those Who Died For Freedom, Bishkek
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Monument to Those Who Died For Freedom symbolizes the eternal fight of good versus evil, but in more local terms it commemorates the local people's fight for a better government. The 7 m (23 ft) high monument features two massive marble blocks and a sculptural group of three men pushing a black rock away from a white one. The monument is dedicated to the people who were killed and injured by the police in 2002 and 2010 demonstrations. Our Bishkek itinerary builder makes visiting Monument to Those Who Died For Freedom and other Bishkek attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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ビシュケク市街には大きなモニュメントやオブジェがたくさんありますが、特に目に止まったのが、「Monument to Those Who Died For Freedom」です。チュイ大通りに面した人通りの多い場所にあり、日本ではあまり見かけないユニークなモニュメントでした。There are many great monuments and objets d'art in Bishkek city in particular caught the eye is "Monument to Those Who Died For Freedom". It was uncommon in Japan extremely busy facing the Chui Avenue location, a unique monument.show original
This monument is located in front of the Presidential Palace which is next to Ala Too Square. This monument is easily spotted if you are in front of the Palace.
It is worth a look at this monument as it is very distinctive and being amongst the park area and all the grand buildings nearby it is easy to fit in a moment as you pass. There is nothing in English ... read more »
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