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It is surrounded by lime trees generous green area, in the middle of which is a stone monument that commemorates the dead of the two world wars.On the obverse, the monument depicts an eagle spreading its wings above a nest of eagle chicks. Below are two stone plaques with the names of the dead of the First World War. For the years 1914-1919 (sic!) The names of the fallen of the respective year are given. In 1989, Gustav Levy was added. Below the plaques are five projections. From left to right these projections bear the years of the years 1914-1918.On the reverse, the monument shows a mother mourning her son. Behind her are German soldiers who attack with hand grenades and rifles.The stone monument is surrounded in a U-shape by a flowerbed, in which stones with the names of the dead of the bombing raids of March 23, 1944 and March 26, 1945 lie. A commemorative plaque commemorates the dead(Source: Wikipedia)
June 30, 2017
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