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Memorial to Victims of Stalinist Repression

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Train of Pain – The Memorial to Victims of Stalinist repression
Train of Pain - The Memorial to Victims of Stalinist repression.jpg
Coordinates47°00′43″N 28°51′31″E / 47.01204°N 28.85851°E / 47.01204; 28.85851
DesignerIurie Platon
Length12 metres (39 ft)
Height2 metres (6.6 ft)
Beginning date2012
Completion date2013
Dedicated toVictims of Communism

The Train of Pain – Memorial to Victims of Stalinist Repression (Romanian: Trenul durerii – Monument în memoria victimelor represiunilor staliniste) is a monument in Chișinău, Moldova.[1] A temporary stone was unveiled in 1990 in Central Station Square commemorating the 1940–1951 mass deportations in Soviet Moldavia.[2] A permanent memorial was completed at the site in 2013. The sculptural element was assembled in Belarus.

Temporary memorial

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