Victory Park on Poklonnaya Hill
The Victory Park (Park Pobedy) is a park founded to honor the millions who died and those who survived in World War II. It was the edge of Victory Park on Poklonnaya Hill (literally "Bow-down Hill) that Napoleon stood in 1812, looking at the Kremlin and awaiting the keys to the city of Moscow, which would symbolize the city's surrender to the invader.
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