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It is a little out of the way and just plain munumental in scale. A bit like Soviet art from that era. It makes for good picture opportunities for the photographers in your group. Else the sense of loss or mourning that created such memorials...More
Over the years this Memorial site has changed very little,it still evokes a feeling of sadness, that so many young men gave their lives. The symbolism is quite significant when you look carefully at the statutes.
If you are interested in the history of Germany and Berlin, the Soviet war memorial in the Treptower park is a must see.
The memorial is monumental, build in the communist style of the area, so very bombastic . It is also a brilliant example...More
One of the most impressive memorials I have ever seen. A Russian soldier towers above the park holding a child, his sword splitting a Swastika apart. Several hundred metres away, facing him, is a statue of mother Russia. If you know anything about Barbarossa, and...More