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Glory monument

ul. Stanislavskogo 9 | Metro Ploshchad' Marksa, Novosibirsk 630054, Russia
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Enduring reminder of sacrifices in WWII

every city has a monument to WWII and Novosibirsk is no exception- the large blocks of stone depict... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Patrick M
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Memorial of the 2nd world war

I had just one day in Novosibirsk and visited this memorial, since I have seen many in different... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Hannes182
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Nuremberg, Germany
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2 weeks ago
“Enduring reminder of sacrifices in WWII”
3 weeks ago
“Memorial of the 2nd world war”
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ul. Stanislavskogo 9 | Metro Ploshchad' Marksa, Novosibirsk 630054, Russia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

every city has a monument to WWII and Novosibirsk is no exception- the large blocks of stone depict the sacrifices and challenges overcome by the 20 million who gave their lives to the effort...Mother Russia is shown overlooking the eternal flame for the Unknown Soldier-...More

Thank Patrick M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I had just one day in Novosibirsk and visited this memorial, since I have seen many in different Russian cities. + memorial in a nice park + no costs - at the end of one railway station and around 20min walk - there are better...More

Thank Hannes182
Reviewed 26 December 2016

This has a war memorial with the fire burning all year around in commemoration of the soldiers who died in the II World war. On a lighter note there is a interesting selection of war machinery including tanks and plane anyone can climb upon ))

Thank oxana980
Reviewed 3 June 2015

It is a great place! There are several monumets with the name of the people who died in the WWII, some tanks and planes. The central part of the monument is the eternal flame. Where every single day there are people who "protect it". It...More

1  Thank Naticha
Reviewed 25 September 2013

The visit to the Glory Monument was a real surprise - this place has a very special feel to it. Got us all talking! How could it not? Appropriately there was an icy chill in the air. Many beautiful trees to admire. We followed this...More

Thank LsaKingswinford
Reviewed 22 December 2011

Great big monument, with an Eternal Flame and a stone carved lists of those died in the War... Very touchy

4  Thank Lev M
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