Monument to the Liberators of the City

Location: Tiraspol, Transnistria

Completed: 1969

Architects: Ya.G. Druzhinin and I.D. Voronikhin

Alternative names: Memorial for the 25th anniversary of the City Liberation from Nazi invaders and Monument to the Soldiers-Liberators of the 37th Army

Genre: War memorial, Soviet monument, former USSR

During the Great Patriotic War (World War II), Tiraspol was retaken from Axis forces by soldiers of the 57th and 82nd Rifle Divisions of the Soviet 37th Army. The offensive took place on the evening of the 12th April 1944 and the monument was unveiled to mark the 25th anniversary of that occasion.

Monument to the Liberators of the City (Memorial for the 25th anniversary of the City Liberation from Nazi invaders and Monument to the Soldiers-Liberators of the 37th Army) in Tiraspol, Transnistria | War memorial | Soviet monument | former USSR

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