Get there just before noon so you can see the changing of the guard. At night the eternal flame is quite big.
Very nice monument. The flame looks like never will off
Nice commemorative monument
Victory square - commemoration of the 2nd World War. The central monument depicts a scene of the victory with bronze sword in the foundation. Granite blocks on the square represent Hero Cities. Under the square there is a Memory Hall. Names of the Heroes of the Soviet union, who died during the liberation of Belarusian territory, are placed on the walls. The square is surrounded by houses. They are notable for bricks of Pavlov house from Stalingrad, which were placed in the foundations. As well as neo-classical architecture. Interesting fact: Harvey Oswald lived in the left house.