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Vandals "Congratulate" Pavlovsk with Victory Day
28.04.2010 00:00

Fascist signs and inscriptions appeared in Pavlovsk town, Leningrad Region, just prior to the Victory Day. It looks outrageous not only to war veterans, but all the people who remember and appreciate the feat of Soviet soldiers in fight against the Nazi.
      The vandals have left their "autographs" on monuments of the Pavlovsk State Museum Reserve. All these monuments are some hundreds years old and are of federal significance. Pavlovsk is on the UNESCO List of World Heritage. The material damage tentatively amounts to 150 thousand roubles. But moral damage is immeasurable.
      Seven persons have been detained on the scene of the crime.
      It should be mentioned that during the war Pavlovsk greatly suffered from fascists and henceforth any defilement of the memorial estate is now perceived as double blasphemy.


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