The Moscow Kremlin
The Assumption Cathedral was built. In 1485 through 1495, the Building of the modern Kremlin walls and towers. In 1487 through 1491, the Construction of the Faceted Chamber. In 1505 through 1508, the Construction of the Archangelaposs Cathedral. The current exhibitions are listed as follows:
Mamayev Hill, located in the Hero’s Square of Stalingrad (a/k/a “Heart of the City“), was established in 1967. It includes six statues, which are made of reinforced concrete and each are 6 meters high:
The Hall of Valour is arranged around a hall, with 34 lowered banners of red smalt. The names of more than 7,000 men, who died in the defense of Stalingrad, are listed. Sad, gentle music is played softly in the background. The guards change every hour. The Hall of Valour is guilt in the form of a cylinder and is partially sunk into the ground.
The Motherland is the biggest statue in the world; a mother standing guard over her country, her raised sword held high. The sword is made from stainless steel, which is 29 meters long and weighs 14 tons.For more information on the Battle of Stalingrad, visit:
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