This monument is located outside the main avenues or turistic venues but is the most moving, touching sculpture of the many I've seen as war memorials. It is a monument on the soldiers/militars who fought in Afganistan. It is several meters high, so, impressive in itself, and shows a soldier, with a weapon, a rifle, in one hand and his head bowed.
His face summarizes defeat and hopelessness, cold and loneliness.
Currently the square is under revamping but you can see the sculpture behind the tin-walls. Worth making a little detour to pay a look, and a silent tribute.
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