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Belarus Minsk Victory Square
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Belarus, Minsk. Victory Square is located in the center of Minsk at the intersection of Independence Avenue and the streets Zakharova. In the area of installed granite obelisk 38 meters high, topped with three-meter image of the Order of Victory. On the pedestal at the base of the obelisk - a sacred sword of victory. The monument was built in 1954 in honor of soldiers of the Soviet army and the guerrillas of Belarus, who died in the battles for the liberation of Belarus.
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Uploaded: 21/02/2010
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