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This nice looking statue celebrates the Soviets liberation at the end of WWII. We stayed at the Radisson Carlton Blu and this statue is close by. A stop for a few minutes and a couple of pictures is well worth it.
This park near the castle houses liberation art.
It is a very steep walk, but could be included with a trip/tour of the castle or parliament. Superb views, open space.
Whereas the Budapest liberation sculpture is essentially one presentation with different components this here is...More
This small yet fitting monument stands at the eastern end of Hviezdoslavovo Namestie and close to the theatre. It represents the liberation of Bratislava by the Soviet forces at the end of World War II. It is surrounded by quality buildings and architecture yet seems...More
Simple memorial to the Russian liberators and dead of WW2. Much smaller in scale than many similar statues I have seen across Eastern and Central Europe but nevertheless worth a few minutes to show respect.
This is a lovely Monument to the liberation of Bratislava by the Soviet forces.
An interesting statue located on the corner of Bratislava's most famous and beautiful square namely Hviezdoslavovo Namesti.
It's in a nice little park area flanked by stunning architecture and as we...More
This is a fairly typical Soviet style monument, similar to those which can be seen in other cities throughout Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. That said, this one is relatively small in size in comparison to those seen in other cities. A quick...More