Mound of Glory, Slabada

Mound of Glory uses four bayonets atop a man-made hill to represent each of the Soviet fronts in World War II. You can park your car next to a row of Soviet tanks. Take the stairs, which encircle the grassy hill, offering different views of the monument. The pyramidal hill was built from the scorched earth of the nine Soviet "hero cities," not far from the location of the last battle in Belarus. Notice the sculpted faces of partisans at the base of the monument. Look for a big plaque with the iconic Soviet hammer-and-sickle and a text in mosaic praising the Soviet army for its efforts. Put Mound of Glory on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Slabada trip planner.
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  • I visited the Mound of Glory after visiting Khatyn and I was able to enjoy this place, because it was so different. These memorials are important to see to understand the pride and power that the...  more »
  • it reminds me of the angel of the north in the UK in how it stands so prominent against a major road way. The reason for it is very different - a symbolic memorial to the Red Army it stands out and.....  more »
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  • Majestic monument, wonderful view
  • Impressive monument and good exercise.

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