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Monument to “fighters with Russia” to be opened in Georgia2010-05-25 16:44
On May 26th, in the Independency Day of Georgia, the highest monument in the country will be opened.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It's a 48-meter high arrow of resin glass and metal will be placed at the Square of Heroes in Tbilisi, to commemorate those who died struggling against Russia for independency of Georgia.
In Tbilisi Mayor's Office, the author is a Spanish architect Alberto Domingo Kabo, Interfax reports.
At the base of the arrow names of almost 3500 cadets will be embossed. These are people who were killed in fights with the Red Army in February 1921, ruled the anti-Soviet mutiny in 1924, were killed in wars in Abkhazia in 1992-1993 and conflict in South Ossetia in August 2008.