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Belarus Minsk Island of Tears
Minsk
In the bend of the river Svisloch small arched bridge leads to the "Island of courage and sorrow" ( "Island of Tears.") August 3, 1996 in this place opened a monument to "Sons of the Fatherland, who died outside."
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