Moscow's Tomb of Unknown Martyrs, built in the garden of Alexandria, just off the red Kremlin wall on the northwest side of Red Square, in memory of the unknown heroes who lost their lives in the war against fascism, was built before Victory Day in 1967.
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow is located in the Alexander Garden outside the red wall of the Kremlin on the northwest side of the Red Square. It was built on the eve of the Victory Memorial Day in the 1967 Patriotic War. On the crimson marble mausoleum facing north and east-west, there are bronze sculptures of steel helmets and military flags on the west side. The shape is simple and bright, and the meaning is profound. There is a convex five-star torch in front of the tomb. The flame from the center of the five stars has been burning since it was built and has never been extinguished. It symbolizes that the spirit of the martyrs will always illuminate the world.
The Tomb of the Unknown Martyrs, located in Moscow Red Square, is built by Russia to commemorate the sacrifice of the martyrs in World War II. The whole building is solemn and solemn, and is integrated with the sculptures and long lights in front of the tomb.
The contributions and sacrifices of the former Soviet Union in World War II cannot be denied by anyone. The soldiers who died against fascism in World War II deserve our respect. When they came to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, they were filled with solemnity.
Moscow (the Tomb of Unknown at the Tomb of the unknowns as Soldier), located in the red square metro outside the kremlin walls of Alexander in the garden. It was built in 1967, the eve of the great patriotic war victory day. Positive toward the north, east-west crimson on the marble mausoleum, a display on the west side of the helmet and destroy bronze sculpture, modelling concise and lively, implicature solemn and respectful. The tomb has a convex type five-star torch, five-star central breathes fire, burning all the way from when it was completed to now, never put out, which is the symbol of the spirit of martyrs will always light on.
This is a quintessential tourist stop. This is just outside the walls of the Kremlin in what used to be the moat. It's a beautiful park area, and it's all set up for tourists from all over the world. Once again, I wouldn't go there at night, simply because you won't get good photos.
"Твое имя неизвестно. Твой подвиг бессмертен" Когда читаешь эти строки мурашки по спине бегут
The Moscow Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a very moving tribute to those countless thousands of Russians who never returned from combat in WWII.
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is one of the more solemn elements of Red Square. When you're standing in the square, it's easy to get caught up the air of power and the vast grandeur of the space - the Tomb and its Eternal Flame bring you back to earth a bit and bring to light those who were lost in the second World War.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Red Square,The Moscow Kremlin,The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed,State Historical Museum,Lenin Mausoleum
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