The Monument to the Fallen and Murdered in the East is a monument in Warsaw, Poland which commemorates the victims of the Soviet invasion of Poland during World War II and subsequent repressions. It was unveiled on 17 September 1995, on the 56th anniversary of the Soviet invasion of 1939.
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I FELT VERY SAD. THESE PEOPLE NEED AS MUCH RESPECT AS POSSIBLE. IT WAS BEUTIFUL
Gorgeous monument a short walk from the centre of Warsaw. Rather strange location though right in the middle of a main road opposite the IBIS though I guess this location was intentional. Very well made and worth a visit.
Sculptural group of very special and very attractive as well as symbolic! Far dak old town but well worth a visit even though it is practically in the middle of a busy street. @gargio76
Sorry, but what mean that monumant? I don't understant Polish language. :) But still romantic place.