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Railroad Fragment Turned into Monument in Sarapul
24.06.2014 13:44
Railroad Fragment Turned into Monument in Sarapul

A historical memorial has been set up on Kama Embankment in Sarapul (Udmurtia).

      It is a fragment of the railroad, on which practically all wounded people were brought to Sarapul for hospital treatment during World War II. It was also of great help for transporting some of the enterprises evacuated from the western and central regions of the Soviet Union.

      The town of Sarapul is located 66 km to the southeast of Izhevsk, the capital city of Udmurtia Republic. 




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sarapul Russian Railroad Udmurtia Republic   

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