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Places of Russian Glory in Bulgaria

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Abstract
Bulgaria, December, 1944 1h. - Officers and soldiers of the Soviet army in Pleven in the temple-mausoleum, built in honor of Russian soldiers who died during the Russian-Turkish war of 1877-1978, liberating Bulgaria from the Turkish yoke. Exterior of the mausoleum, tombs. The city of Sofia: a monument to Russian medical officials who died in 1877-1878. , Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, busts of Alexander II and General I. V. Gurko (138 m) 2h. - Monuments to Russian soldiers-liberators in the cities: Rousse (Ruschuk) - a destroyed Turkish fortress, a monument to the Liberation in the center of the city; Varna - a monument to Count NP Ignatiev; Sofia - Alexander Nevsky Cathedral; Pleven is a monument to Russian soldiers. A rally on the square to mark the anniversary of the liberation of the city of Pleven. Colonel-General Sergei Semyonovich Biryuzov, surrounded by Soviet soldiers and officers, lays a wreath at the monument (235 m).
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
11035
Keywords
the second world war
, foreign countries (bulgaria)
Meterage
397,2
Number of Parts
2
Operators
G. Aslanov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1944
Sound
No Sound

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