Détails de l'endroit

Détails de l'endroit

monument to Muscovites who died in the bombing on Khavskaya

Residents of the capital defended themselves against German bombers in those difficult years. They lovingly covered buildings and monuments with camouflage in order to preserve the face of the heart of the country, mostly elderly people and children were sent to bomb shelters, and the rest dug trenches, bravely extinguished “land mines” and “lighters”, trying to save my city in some way.

In 1941, a shell fell near Khavskaya Street, as a result, many people were killed, and the power was such that even the remains of bodies were not preserved. Then a monument called “Russian Winter” was erected here, but since 2009 it has been considered a monument in honor of Muscovites who died in their hometown.

Residents of the capital defended themselves against German bombers in those difficult years. They lovingly covered buildings and monuments with camouflage in order to preserve the face of the heart of the country, mostly elderly people and children were sent to bomb shelters, and the rest dug trenches, bravely extinguished “land mines” and “lighters”, trying to save my city in some way.

In 1941, a shell fell near Khavskaya Street, as a result, many people were killed, and the power was such that even the remains of bodies were not preserved. Then a monument called “Russian Winter” was erected here, but since 2009 it has been considered a monument in honor of Muscovites who died in their hometown.

Residents of the capital defended themselves against German bombers in those difficult years. They lovingly covered buildings and monuments with camouflage in order to preserve the face of the heart of the country, mostly elderly people and children were sent to bomb shelters, and the rest dug trenches, bravely extinguished “land mines” and “lighters”, trying to save my city in some way.

In 1941, a shell fell near Khavskaya Street, as a result, many people were killed, and the power was such that even the remains of bodies were not preserved. Then a monument called “Russian Winter” was erected here, but since 2009 it has been considered a monument in honor of Muscovites who died in their hometown.

Adresse

st. Khavskaya, 1

La Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/pri-bombezhkah-na-h/

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