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Monument to Those Who Died For Freedom

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Crossing of Chui Avenue and Panfilova St., Bishkek 720000, Kyrgyzstan
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This dynamic, 7-meter tall monument is on the north side of Chuy Avenue between the White House and Ala-Too square. Several young men are depicted in a large crack, pushing a black part from the larger white part of the sculpture. It commemorates two uprisings...More

Thank Carol A S
Reviewed 5 days ago

nice monument to those who died a few short years ago. I'm not big on these in general, but this was very well done.

Thank PhillKentUK
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Bishkek is full of monuments and this is another interesting one, between the white house and Ala-Too Square. Worth seeing and difficult to miss as it is in the city centre.

Thank Firoz U
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This monument shows three persons, one with arm upraised pushing a black section away from a larger white section. On the white section, the years 2002 and 2010 are seen near to the top of the monument, but the writing was partially obscured by the...More

Thank Andrew M
Reviewed August 1, 2018

Not the most eye-catching monument, but part of a great walk past the square and many other notable buildings and locations in the city.

Thank Daryl S
Reviewed June 25, 2018

Over the years - I have seen many monuments. Hower - this is particularly impressive: simple - yet very clear in its message! And I wish the young democracy of Kyrgyztan all the best! May it survive!

Thank Marathon2006
Reviewed June 21, 2018 via mobile

The Kyrgy people pushing away the darkest part of the old elite that rules the country leaving the white to show their resolve to create a better future for their children and generation to come

Thank Daniel S
Reviewed May 16, 2018

The guide of our tour was very Knowledgeable, he told us the history of the country and stories of the monument

Thank AidaBeirut
Reviewed April 20, 2018

Monuments are usually erected by the winners, in this case the ruling elite of Kyrgyzstan. Young Kyrgyz men in bronze are pushing away a dark section of what appears to have been one block. They look serious and heroic, a bit reminiscent of former Soviet...More

Thank Robert937
Reviewed April 12, 2018

Close to Ala Too Square in central Bishkek, is a memorial to all who died in strife for their country since their independance from Russia. It could be located in any number of countries who have been / going through internal difficulties around the globe....More

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