WWII Victory Memorial

Local nameאנדרטת הנצחון
LocationNetanya, Israel

The Victory Monument in Netanya is a memorial that marks the victory of the Red Army over Nazi Germany in World War II.

The monument was established by decision of the Government of Israel with the consent of the Russian government. The project was opened in 2012 by Vladimir Putin and Binyamin Netanyahu, after having been first proposed by the Prime Minister on a trip to Moscow in February 2010. The monument is believed to be the first memorial dedicated to the Red Army’s victory over German forces during the second world war, outside of former Soviet Union states. It is one of the most prominent features in the city of Netanya.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victory_Monument_in_Netanya

Official Website https://goo.gl/7QMWXv

Coordinates 32°18'8.978" N 34°50'36.264" E

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