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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

i'm back!!! hehe...MAMAYEV KURGAN.. SANGAT2 CANTIK...



hyepp..ada sape2 rindu kite x... hik2... actually rai rasa penat dari volgo lom ilang agy... montot kebas gile dok dalam bas lebey dr 16 jam...seksa gile weyh... isk2... macam2 posisi dah daku wat ntok tdo dalam bas.. rai rasa dah berpuluh2 kali rai lelap tapi rasa tak sampai2 agy kat destinasi nye.. JAUH GILEEEEEE..... macam2 yang terjadi k... tapi rai akan citer nanti k.. sebab terlalu banyak mende yang berlaku.susah nak citer dalam satu entry je. so kali nie rai akan citer dlu pasal satu tempat yang kitorang sempat pergi kat volgograd nie...




This is a place which closely connected with the events of the Second World War and with the Great Stalingrad Battle – it is the glorified Mamayev Hill with its “memorial complex “To the Heroes of the Stalingrad Battle”.


Prevailing over the main part of the city, Mamayev Hill is marked on the maps as Height-102,0 and it was the main chain in the system of defense of the Stalingrad front. It also turned out to be the key position in the fight for the banks of the Volga. Fierce battles took place here during the last months of 1942. The ground of the hill was plowed up by bombs, missiles and mines. The soil got mixed together with the fragments of metal. This is the place of the numerous human losses… Right here, in the area of Mamayev Hill, on the 2nd of February of 1943 the Stalingrad Battle was finished.


The name of Mamayev Hill, according to the legend, comes from the name of a Tatar military commander Mamay.



jom jalan2..keh2







Mother-Russia...


Along the serpentine, in the ground of the hill, there was made a reburial or the remains of 34 505 soldiers - defenders of Stalingrad, and also there can be found 35 granite tombstones of the Heroes of the Soviet Union, participants of the Stalingrad Battle.



the Square of “Those who Fought to Death”



central monumental sculpture piece “Stand to Death” symbolizing the most difficult period of Stalingrad Battle and representing deeply emotional image of people, who have won over the terrible and treacherous enemy.




At the feet of the sculpture there is a number of slogans such as “Not a single step back!”, “Stand to death!”, “There is no ground for us behind the Volga!”, “Let us not shame the holy memories!”






Ruined Walls


Two ruined walls frame these five-marched stairs. The authors of this project had an idea of building two huge walls forming a corner and joining in perspective – so imagined ruins of the constructions demolished under the long firing and numerous bombing, damaged by the mines and automatic shooting – these walls witnessed the vigorous battles of the winter of 1942-1943. The spirit of the Stalingrad Battle and emotional mood of its participants are expressed in the images of the ruins and sculptural compositions.



Theme of the left wall shows the oath of the Stalingrad Defenders – “Not a single step back!” and the theme of the right wall is the Stalingrad Battle itself – “Moving only forward!” Ruined walls are equipped with the sound system, which plays songs of the period of war, news from the front line and reports of the information bureau.




It is highly impossible to mention everything that has been reflected on the Ruined Walls – so much has been portrayed here.


Square of the heroes...

To the right of the Square of the Heroes there are six monumental double-figured sculptural compositions, which reveal the heroism of the soviet people during the Stalingrad Battle.


Episode 1 – supporting a wounded friend, the soldier calls him to continue fighting the enemy to death.



Episode 2 – a nurse, who is carrying a severely wounded soldier out of the battlefield.



Episode 3 – represents a marine, heading at the tank of the enemy with a bunch of grenades, and by his side there is a wounded soldier.



Episode 4 - a soldier is supporting a deathly wounded officer, who stays in command of the battle.



Episode 5 – a soldier picks up a banner from the hands of a falling wounded standard-bearer in order to continue the battle under the banner.







In front, the Square of the Heroes is framed by a huge supporting wall with a strongly carved drawings on the topic of heroic battle of soviet soldiers and celebration of the victory over the invaders.



Completed in 1967, The sculpture “Mother-Russia calls for!” is a compositional center of the whole ensemble, it represents a figure of a woman (its height is 52 meters), rapidly stepping forward. In her right hand she is holding a sword, which is 33 meters long and its weight is 14 tons. Together with the sword the height of the sculpture is 85 meters. The monument is standing on the 16-meters fundamental base. The height of the main monuments speaks of its grand scale and uniqueness. It is enough to mention that its weight is 8 thousand tons. The monument – a modern interpretation of an image of the antic Nikka – goddess of the victory – calls her sons and daughters to resist the enemy and continue advancing onto it.

The Statue is the centerpiece of the Mamayev Kurgan museum complex in Volgograd, built to commemorate the World War II Battle of Stalingrad, a key turning point in the War. The statue stands atop Mamal Hill, the site of the battle's most intense fighting.




Volgo mmg sgt cantik...



tapi actually banyak lagi story yang rai nak cerita nie..kebanyakan nye yang pahit je la... haha... so nanti rai akan citerkan semuanya next entry k.. malas nak tulis panjang berjela2.. nanti korg jemu lak membaca... hik2..


8 budak2 comel:

joegrimjow said...

wooo
cool
sukew2
nanti mau p sane
tapi vanice dlu

Raihanna said...

joe:

hik2... yup..cantik volgo nie.. hehe... owh..nak p venice dlu ke...

~ceRRy beRRy~ said...

wawawa...
sume patung2 yg ada kat situ..
badannye sume mantap2 kan..
mst zaman2 dulu dorang minum power root ngan kacip fatimah manyak2...
ngeh3.........

miss hirose said...

yeke cerry berry cengitu??
waaaaaa..

Ann GreenStrawberry said...

byk tol scupltor.... best jer kn..?

KhairiL's said...

huhu
menarik dan cantik

ИДЗМИ РАИХАHА@izmichi said...

sy nk g vanice dlu! hehehe yeke volgo cantik?? nnti leh la bw sy jejalan kat sana k. muuaaahhhxxx

khaLifah feDi said...

wah sgt2 best!!!tp sgt penatkn ..?