A Victory Park was designed as an open-air museum dedicated to the memory of Russian victory over Nazi Germany. As a great memorial to Russian heroic deed during World War II, Victory Park shows us six architectural compositions with the courageous battles against the Nazis. Many of them are devoted to exact warfares of World War II. Visitors and guests of the Park have a unique opportunity to steep themselves in the atmosphere of war events of the years 1941-1945.
The park is full of various military equipment, tanks, cannons, weapons from different countries. You can also find there historical documents and old photos, video and audio records dedicated to the war period Among the memorial temples; you can see here: Georgiy Pobedonocez Church (Saint George Church), Memorial mosque, Synagogue, Catholic Chapel. All these sights were constructed to honor the memory of was victims.
Opened in 1995 to the 50th anniversary of World War II termination, now it is one of the most visited places in Moscow. While originally it was made as a memorial of the glory of the Soviet army, now the Park is also often used as a sports field for skaters, bicycle riders, and roller skaters, which adds an adrenaline and life to this historical place.
Among all the monuments, memory temples, military equipment and sports sites you can also enjoy the view of marvelous flower arrangements, singing fountains and cubby cafes that make the Victory Park one of the most popular places to visit in Moscow.
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