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Russian Victories in WWII

Russian Victories in WWII

This photo displays part of an enameled panel in the southern hall of the metro station "Victory Park" that commemorates the Russian victories in the Great Patriotic War of 1941 - 1945 against Nazi Germany and its allies.

The metro station "Victory Park" was opened in 2003, on the 58th anniversary of the Great Victory and became the 165th station of the Moscow metro. It has two halls (northern and southern) decorated with two big enameled panels made according to an ancient technique by Zurab Tsereteli (the President of the Russian Academy of Arts).

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PS: To be continued with more photos and some other interesting facts about this sation.

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Arthur Lookyanov

Posted on: May 11th, 2009
Last Edited on: May 13th, 2009

Photo taken on 2009-05-09 at 12:20:23

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The next day Arthur took us Novodevichy Convent and Cemetery. Many famous people are buried in the cemetery. Later we went to Sparrow Hills and Victory Park (WWII memorial). The peace and beauty of the convent on a sunny day was special in contrast to sadness of the Victory Park with its Hall of Memory and Sorrows. The Museum and collection of military vehicles (including the famous T34 tank) and aircraft was very interesting.
On Friday we did a Countryside tour to Sergiyev Posad (Russian Jerusalem). It was lovely to be out of the city and to enjoy the country area. We finished off the day by walking round the All-Russia Exhibition centre (VDNKh). Once more Arthur drove us back to hotel.
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