Independence Square, Tashkent (Uzbekistan)
Independence Square is a central square of Tashkent Uzbekistan. After the proclamation of Uzbekistans independence in September 1991 Lenin Square was renamed in 1992 as Mustaqillik Maydoni which translates to Independence Square in English. On the opposite sits a statue depicting a mourning mother sadly looking down onto an eternal flame in memory of her children who fell when defending the country to commemorate the fallen unidentified soldiers in the past World Wars.
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