- Mound of Immortality
Mound of Immortality (Russian: Курган Бессмертия, Kurgan Bessmertiya) is the name of several memorials/monuments in several places of the former Soviet Union that commemorate the Soviet soldiers and ordinary citizens who fought and perished during the German-Soviet War.
In addition there is a Mound of Immortality in honor of Polish-Lithianian-Belarussian poet Adam Mickiewicz in Novogrudok, Belarus.
WWII Mounds of Immortality exist in the following locations:
- Polotsk, Belarus 
- Orsha, Belarus 
- Bryansk, Russia
- Smolensk, Russia 
- Yefremov, Tula Oblast, Russia 
- ^ Novogrudok
- ^ Polotsk
- ^ Orsha
- ^ "Burial Mound of Immortality", Bryansk
- ^ Bryansk Mound of Immortality , wikimapia
- ^ Курган Бессмертия, Bryansk (Russian)
- ^ "Tourist attractions", Smolensk
- ^ Yefremov Mound of Immortality, wikimapia
- Commemorative mounds
- Soviet military memorials and cemeteries
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