Memorial Complex "Buinichi Field"

Memorial Complex "Buinichi Field"


village Buinichi, Mogilev region, 3 km from Mogilev

The main object of the memorial is a chapel, a symbol of dignity and patriotism of Slavic warriors. The brick temple was built there. At the top of the copper dome, 27 meters in height, there is a cross in the old Greek style.

The interior of the temple is very interesting, there are murals and niches with memory boards, which depict all the names of Mogilev fighters who participated in the defense. The chapel has a pendulum named after Foucault. It is a symbol of remembrance of all the soldiers who died in battles for the city. The crypt with the remains of six soldiers was built under the chapel. One of the soldiers was identified. An old Greek cross can be seen at the top of the chapel. 

There are four alleys which lead to the chapel, going from all over the complex. One of the alleys goes from the old obelisk, it is considered as the main alley. The second alley, the left one goes from the intersection of the Bobruisk highway and the road which leads to the railway station "Buinichi". The third alley called Simonov goes from the stone of the same name - Simonov stone. The last alley, the fourth one goes named after defenders of the city of Mogilev goes from the shore of the Lake of Tears.

Simonov alley is divided by the moat line designed for the protection against tanks. The alley ends with a symbolic stone monument "Konstantin Simonov". On the side of the stone there is an inscription "All his life he remembered the battlefield of 1941 and bequeathed to scatter his cremated remains here." Memorial monument to the famous writer was established in 1980. 

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