Memorial complex «Urochishe Guy»
In the north-eastern outskirts of Baranovichi in the tract "Guy" is a memorial to Czechoslovak citizens, who died from the hands of the fascists. Three thousand Czechoslovak citizens were taken to the area of Baranovichi and were shot in the tract "Guy" in June 1942. Two column, height of 12 meters each, shape reminiscent fence support of a concentration camp.
Even a slight breeze swings suspended from the pillars bell, and then a dull disturbing moan is spread throughout the area. At the base of the pillars - high relieves , depicting a hand reaching for the bell, as if they invoking in the memory of the living.
Two roads of concrete plates lead to «Wall execution» . There's a memorial plaques on the Czech and Russian languages: «Bright Memory of Czechoslovak brothers. Here, in June 1942 the German fascist invaders brutally shot three thousand citizens of Czechoslovakia. " The authors of the monument are the architects A.I. Makarov, A.G. Marenich, N.N. Milovidov, sculptor Mikhail Altshuler.
The opening of the memorial took place on June 24, 1972reveal all text