It was established by Russia to commemorate the victory of the Anti-Fascist War. Almost every Russian city has a Victory Square. There is a statue of Lenin in the square. It was built according to Lenin’s real height. . There is also a monument to the unsung heroes, where many newlyweds come to sacrifice wreaths to comfort the heroes when they get married. Walking from the Monument to the Unknown Hero to the river is the Arc de Triomphe, which has the national emblem of Russia and the 1891 logo. Next to the Arc de Triomphe is Heilongjiang. Heilongjiang Province is named after this river. In Russia, there is no such sound as a river. They call this river the Amur River. The entire Amur Region is the name of this river.
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From Heihe with a one-day tour group to Budagoveshchensk on the opposite bank of Heilongjiang, Victory Square is one of the attractions that travel agencies must arrange. The square was built to celebrate the victory of the Anti-Fascist War. When I came to the square, the first thing I saw was the Monument to the Unknown Hero. The Monument to the Unknown Hero is located at the entrance of the Victory Square in Blagoveshchensk. The tall monument complex looks solemn and solemn. In the arduous and long Patriotic War, the Russian army sacrificed more than 20 million brave soldiers and spent 1,418 days and nights, finally defeating the fascist invaders and winning the Great Patriotic War. Victory Square is located on the border of the Heilongjiang River. Standing by the river, you can clearly see the city of Heihe. In the past, Blagoveshchensk was also a part of Chinese territory. Later, because the Qing government was incapable of being invaded by Tsarist Russia, the painful history is horrifying. . The buildings around Victory Square are very Russian, and the photos are very beautiful, very suitable for portraits, especially the red walls. Suggested stay time: 1-2 hours without tickets.