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Poklonnaya Gora (Russian: Покло́нная гора́, literally "bow-down hill"; metaphorically "Worshipful Submission Hill"') was, at 171.5 metres, one of the highest spots in Moscow. Its two summits used to be separated by the Setun River, until one of the summits was razed in 1987. Since 1936, the area has been part of Moscow and now contains the Victory Park with many tanks and other vehicles used in the Second World War on display. Historically, the hill had great strategic importance, as it commanded the best view of the Russian capital. Its name is derived from the Russian for "to bow down", as everyone approaching the capital from the west was expected to do homage here. During the French invasion of Russia in 1812, it was the spot where Napoleon in vain expected the keys to the Kremlin to be brought to him by Russians.
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12 days ago
Museum, monument, park, and fantastic outdoor exibition of WWII tanks, guns and airplanes. Whole complex is dedicated to German attack on Soviet Union from the 1941. to the ultimate defeat at Berlin. Must see place in you visit Moscow.
7 days ago
The war museum there demonstrate the courage and resilience of the Russian people demonstrated in the Battle of Stalingrad.
3 months ago
Beautiful and very peaceful place. You can walk between the trees in one side and can have a great view of the city on the other side
2 months ago
This hill is too good in winters after snow.. Lot of fun
24 days ago
Love Park Pobedi! Built to inspire awe - and it does!!