Museum of Victims of Communism

Museum of Victims of Communism
Muzeul victimelor comunismului
Established June 30, 2010
Location Bucureşti Street, corner Bănulescu-Bodoni St.

The Museum of Victims of Communism (Romanian: Muzeul victimelor comunismului) is a museum in Chişinău, Moldova, dedicated to the victims of the Soviet occupation.

Overview

The Museum of Victims of Communism was established by First Vlad Filat Cabinet on June 30, 2010.[1] Vlad Filat opened the museum on July 6, 2010.[2]

See also

Notes

External links

  • Muzeu pentru victimele comunismului
  • Republica Moldova a decis înfiinţarea unui muzeu al victimelor comunismului
  • Muzeu pentru victimele comunismului
  • Muzeu pentru victimele comunismului
  • Un muzeu al victimilor deportărilor

Coordinates: 47°1′29″N 28°49′57″E / 47.02472°N 28.83250°E / 47.02472; 28.83250


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