The Victory Square is built to commemorate the victory of the Patriotic War. The central memorial tower is 141.8 meters high. It symbolizes the 1418 days of the Patriotic War. The square has a huge fountain, with the Arc de Triomphe and St. Georgi's Cathedral on both sides, and the Memorial of the Guardian War.
Victory Square was built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the victory of the anti-fascist war. The representative sculpture of the square is a monument to the goddess of victory, 141.8 meters high, symbolizing the 1418-day patriotic war. Victory Square is the commemoration of the Russian people's patriotic war during the Second World War, and it places their prayers for peace on it. There are five stone tablets, engraved with fountains on the Plaza 1941/1942/1943/1944/1945, which are beautiful and atmospheric.
Moscow Victory Square. The square built to commemorate the victory of the Second World War is 141.8 meters high, which symbolizes that the war lasted 1418 days. When I don't want to talk, I'm so quiet that I can even ignore my existence. When I want to have fun, I always think there's nothing impossible in the world.
In May 1995, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the victory of the anti-fascist war, Moscow built a Victory Square covering an area of 1350 square kilometers. In the middle of Victory Square is the 141.8-meter-high Monument to the Goddess of Victory (also known as the Monument to the Patriotic War), which symbolizes the day and night of 1418 battles in the Patriotic War. Beautiful environment and pleasant scenery are worth visiting.
Victory square is located in Moscow, Russia. It was built in May 1995 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the victory of the anti-fascist war. The representative sculpture of the square is a monument to the goddess of victory, 141.8 meters high, symbolizing the 1418-day patriotic war. The square also has famous sculptures such as the Arc de Triomphe. Victory Square is the commemoration of the Russian people's patriotic war during the Second World War, and it places their prayers for peace on it.
There are triumphal arches to commemorate the war between Russia and France, sculptures of victory in one victory and memorial towers of victory in the second victory. The park is bigger. There are beautiful fountains in the garden. It takes an hour and a half to visit. Near the park is Moscow's deepest subway station, which is said to be 95 meters deep.
The Victory Square of Vladivostok was set up to commemorate the heroic soldiers who won the final victory with blood and life in the patriotic war. The whole square is about the size of two football fields. It's a must-see for tourists. It is said that on the day when the local Russian newlyweds hold their weddings, they come here with flowers to lay flowers to the martyrs in order to show their respect for them. When I arrived, I just caught up with the Shanghai Municipal Marathon. The atmosphere was very warm. Many of them were from the whole family. Victory Square is composed of three groups of memorial buildings, with the Soviet Red Army soldiers standing on a tall monument in the middle. On both sides of the monument, there are a group of sculptures reflecting the fighting scenes of the Red Army soldiers. The monument is said to be the largest monument in the Russian Far East. The Red Army soldiers holding the red flag, carrying the horn of attack in their hands, appear majestic. The sickle and axe pattern on the base of the monument bears a distinct brand of the times.
Moscow Victory Square is built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the victory of the anti-fascist war. The main building is the Memorial of the Patriotic War and the Monument of the Goddess of Victory. Near the Victory Square is the Arc de Triomphe in Moscow.
Under the guidance of the tour guide, I changed the N Metro to Victory Square dizzily. In winter, there were few people in Victory Square. There were snow all around, so I could only see the sculpture. There were no green leaves and red flowers in Victory Square.
Victory Park is located on Poklonnaya Gora, the highest hill in Moscow (171.5 meters), with a strong Russian color. When you enter the square, the first thing you see is the monument - the obelisk. The monument is 141.8 meters high, a figure that symbolizes the 1418 days of the Patriotic War. The monument was made of cast iron and shaped like a bayonet for Soviet soldiers. There are reliefs on every edge to show the heroic scene of the Soviet Red Army's victory over fascism. The monument is decorated with a statue of Nike, the goddess of victory in ancient Greece, 100 meters away, and two angels sounding the horn of victory. Under the monument is a statue of St. George slaughtering the dragon. Behind the monument is the park's main body, the Great Patriotic War Museum, which records the major events of the 1941-1945 war, such as the Battle of Stalingrad and the conquest of Berlin. In front of the monument is a spacious square with several large fountains. The Orthodox Church of St. George and its shallow relief groups are on the right side of the square corridor.