People's Friendship Arch

People's Friendship Arch

Friendship of Nations Arch (Ukrainian: Арка Дружби Народів, Arka Druzhby Narodiv, literally 'friendship arch') dedicated to the unification of Russia and Ukraine, was constructed in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. The arch was opened together with the All-Union Lenin Museum (today, Ukrainian House) on November 7, 1982 to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the USSR and the celebration of the 1500th Anniversary of the Kiev city.

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