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What an imposing monument. The Soviet War memorial is located at the Eastern end of the Tiergarten, midway between the Victory Column and the Brandenburg Gate.
Over 2000 Soviet soldiers who were killed during the Battle of Berlin are buried here. The memorial is flanked...More
Located in tiergarten between Siegessaule and the Brandenburgh Gate, this monument is dedicated to the Red Army soldiers killed in the battle for Berlin in april-may 1945.
Very sober architecture in design with 2 soviet tanks standing guard in the entrance stairs and 2 howitzers...More
Beautiful and quiet area not far from the Brandenburg Gate. Huge imposing monument and when asked by my 13/year old daughter why there was a monument to the soviet soldiers who oppressed east Germany for many years we had a really food discussion about the...More
Inscribed with names of fallen Soviet soldiers during the WWII battle for Berlin in gold script, this is an awe inspiring monument to the past. There are era Soviet tanks and a field gun flanking the Memorial. Behind there is a picture exhibition concerning the...More
Soviet memorial slap dab in the middle of the modern bustling city that is Berlin. At one time guarded by Soviet soldiers, this is a very typical example of a Soviet style war memorial, this one to commemorate the Soviet soldiers who gave their lives...More