Poland: Red Army monument dismantled ahead of relocation to museum

Workers began dismantling a monument dedicated to soldiers of the Soviet Union's Red Army, in Warsaw's Skaryszewski Park on Wednesday, ahead of its relocation to the Cold War Museum in Podborsko near Szczecin. The process of dismantling the structure is expected to take two days, according to reports. Its removal is linked to a Polish law banning the propagation of 'communism or any other... Еще totalitarian regime' through the naming of buildings and other public facilities. The monument is dedicated to Soviet soldiers who died fighting the Nazis in Warsaw during World War II. An inscription on the monument reads: «Eternal glory to the heroes of the Red Army who fell in battles for the liberation of the Polish capital of Warsaw.»

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