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Monument to Soldiers Killed on Tajik-Afghan Border

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The Tajik-Afghan monument is north east of the main Monument in the Defenders of the Motherland... read more

Reviewed August 29, 2018
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Reviewed August 29, 2018

The Tajik-Afghan monument is north east of the main Monument in the Defenders of the Motherland Square. It is dedicated to seventeen soldiers who died in 1995 when there was unrest on the shared Tajikistan and Afghanistan border. Between 1993-1999 there was a civil war...More

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