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Memorial to the fallen Soviet soldiers in the Tiergarten – a memorial erected in memory of Soviet soldiers who died in World War II, in the Great Tiergarten in Berlin. Founded in 1945 by the decision of the Military Council of the 1st Belorussian Front. The sculptors L. E. Kerbel and V. E. Tsigal worked on the project of the monument.
Initially, the monument was erected on the Charlottenburg highway, which is now renamed 17 June street. The unveiling of the monument was accompanied by a solemn parade of allied troops in November 1945. Until 1994, the monument was located on the territory of the Soviet enclave and was guarded by a solemn guard. After 1994, the memorial was transferred to the city, and Russia and Germany signed an agreement on the protection of military graves.
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Topic: Memorial to the fallen Soviet soldiers in the Tiergarten in Germany, Berlin resort.