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Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial

Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial

Krustpils Park was designed in early 20th century between the city buildings and Ādamson’s land plot. The World War Two memorial was unveiled in 1976, designed by sculptor Ļevs Bukovskis and architect Gunārs Asaris. Dedicated to the memory of nine heroes of the Soviet Union fallen during the liberation of Jēkabpils from the German forces. The cannon is placed at the burial site of Russian army and officers of Latvian Riflemen Corps fallen in World War Two.

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Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial
Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial
Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial
Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial
Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial
Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial
Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial
Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial
Krustpils Park and World War Two memorial
Updated date 20.08.2013. 15:18