The monument to the soldiers of the Great Patriotic War

This is the biggest monument to Soviet soldiers in Transcaucasia, the author of which is the honored Dilijan sculptor and architect Khoren Vatinyan. 

It's monumental and powerful, but at the same time very emotional and profound work. In the author's view, the memorial resembles a cross, an image of a warrior carrying a wounded comrade from the battlefield.

The complex includes commemorative plates with the names of 404 Dilijan citizens, who died during the Great Patriotic War (WWII). Not far from the memorial there is a mass grave of 22 veterans of the Great Patriotic War, who died from wounds in the Dilijan garrison hospital.

On the territory of the memorial complex, there is also a memorial fountain dedicated to the heroes of the Artsakh war.

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