Deda ქართლის დედა // Tbilisi // Georgia
“Zair Azgur Memorial Studio” // Minsk
Lenin of Tcholpon Ata // Kyrgyzstan
@ Kodak Ektar 100 + airport xray scan artefact
keiðará Bridge Monument // Iceland
The two twisted girders are the only remnants of the Skeiðará Bridge destroyed by a jökulhlaup ,a volcanic flood, caused by the eruption of the volcano Vatnajökull in 1996.
Memorial to the Holodomor Victims ( 1932-1933 ) // Kiev // Ukraine
Holodomor (голодомо́р ) , literraly “Extermination by hunger”, was a man-made famine ( under the guidance of Joseph Stalin) which killed an estimated 2.5 to 7.5 million ukrainian between 1932 and 1933.
Statue of Cheka ( aka All-Russian Emergency Commission for Combating Counter-Revolution and Sabotage later known as KGB ) founder Felix Dzerzhinsky // Minsk // Belarus
No scholars are sure how many were killed by the Cheka during the soviet ‘Red Terror’ ( 1918–1922 ) and the figures vary widely from 50 000 to a quarter million people.
Obsolete body // Georgia
Berlin’s night – Holocaust Memorial // Germany
On 21 September 1991, Armenia officially declared its independence from Soviet Union after the failed August coup in Moscow
Isle of Tears // Minsk // Belarus
The memorial unveiled in 1996 and initialy dedicated to the loss in conflict involving Soviet forces in Afghanistan (1979 – 1988) has rightly become a monument to all sons and daughters of Belarus, who died in the battles of all times.