The Mound of Glory is in the top 12 sites for those "wishing to find the USSR", according to the British newspaper The Telegraph. The memorial complex appeared on the site where in July 1944 a group of a hundred thousand Nazis was surrounded. Thousands of people felt their duty to make a contribution and brought a handful of soil here. Today the height of the mound is more than 70 meters; it is crowned by four bayonets in honor of the fronts that liberated Belarus.