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1990—a monument for victims of political repressions set in Moscow
A sorrowful monument for millions of victims of political repressions granite boulder from the Solovetsky Islands, was set in the yard near the Polytechnic Museum in Moscow. The boulder was delivered by the community Memorial as a symbol of victory over the totalitarian regime and a sign of arising democracy.









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