Tula, a Russian twin city of Mogilev, has seen a memorial park developed in the city centre, which comes as a present from the people of Mogilev.
“The Mogilev memorial park has been specially developed by Belarusian construction operators in downtown Tula in memory of the town’s 861st anniversary,” Mogilev City Hall told Interfax.
The park features a downsized copy of Mogilev’s Buinichi Field Chapel, which symbolizes courage and firmness of Tula-born warriors, who perished during WWII defending Mogilev.
Also in the park visitors will find benches, a decorative fence, fountains.
Mogilev and Tula have been actively developing trade and economic partnership. The value of transactions between the two cities grew 9.2% over January-August to reach $3.7 million. Tula consumes Mogilev-made chemical fibres and threads, textiles, clothing, footwear, furniture, dairy products and other commodities.