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    The Soviet Victory Monument In Berlin And Its Secrets

    The Soviet victory monument in Berlin is hard to miss. But how many know about its background and secrets? Think about this when you visit Soviet’s biggest victory monument in what would become the world’s capital city. More

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    The Victory Monument In Bratislava With Six Mass Graves

    In Bratislava, as in other former Soviet states, there is a prominent monument to the victory of the Second World War. In Bratislava, the monument “Slavin” dominates the city’s silhouette and nearly 7000 Soviet soldiers are buried here. More

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    Battle of Lützen: Here Died The Swedish King

    Lützen, now a sleepy small town in Germany. Then, on November 16 the year 1632, the fog was dense. At this place was the Swedish king Gustav II Adolf killed. Let’s make a visit to the place. More

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    Who’s Watching Kassel? Hercules Of Course!

    A gigantic Hercules has since 1717 gazed over the German city of Kassel. From a height of 526 meters above the sea, he keeps constantly an eye over the city of Kassel with 193,000 inhabitants. More

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    The Triumphal Arch – Also In Moldova

    Did you know there are several triumphal arcs? A triumphal arch is built to triumph something. The Arc de Triomphe in Paris was built to honor the army and victory of Austerlitz, while the triumphal arch of Moldova’s capital came to honor the victory of the Russian Empire over the Ottoman Empire (Russian-Turkish War). More

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    The Angel Of Peace In Munich

    In Munich stands a symbol of peace. It is a well-honed angel that rises 38 meters up and is one of Munich’s landmarks. Find out why. More