Victory square, toward one side of the downtown area, was completed in 1989 to praise the triumph of the great patriotic war Second World War like most landmark and statue in Kyrgyzstan.
The war did not achieve Kyrgyzstan but rather numerous individuals got assembled and it is commended gladly. This landmark is in the shape of a yurt and secures the mother of Kyrgyzstan confronting north.
The three bended curves represent a yurt, and the model of a lady remaining close to the eternal flame is intended to symbolize her waiting for her husband and sons to come back from the war. Specifically opposite the abandoned casino, you'll discover the Victory Monument which was worked to celebrate the 40th commemoration of World War 2.