About National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War
The National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War is a remembrance complex honoring the German-Soviet War situated in the southern edges of the Pechersk area of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, on the pleasant slopes on the right bank of the Dnieper River.
The commemoration complex covers the territory of 10 hectares roughly 24.7 sections of land on the slope, sitting above the Dnieper River.
It contains the goliath bowl "The Flame of Glory", a site with World War II military hardware, and the "Backstreet of the Hero Cities".
The models in the back street delineate the fearless protection of the Soviet fringe from the 1941 German attack, a dread of the Nazi occupation, factional battle, committed work on the home front, and the 1943 Battle of the Dnieper.