The power of the Azerbaijani army is demonstrated to the visitors of the War Trophy Park in Baku (PHOTO)

BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 15Trend: The War Trophy Park in Baku is eagerly visited by both residents of the capital and its guests, Trend reports on Thursday.

President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev attended the opening of the park on April 12.

Among the trophies on display here are small arms, heavy equipment, missile systems, military vehicles and ammunition thrown by the Armenians.

The park also houses one of the most memorable and symbolic compositions of the Victory Parade – a shield made of license plates of more than two thousand cars captured from the enemy by the Azerbaijani Armed Forces in the lands liberated from occupation as trophies. There is a stand at the entrance to the park, on which these facts are indicated in chronological order.

There are also fragments of the Iskander-M missile launched at the city of Shusha.

Note that among the trophies in the park there is an anti-aircraft missile system “Cube”.

In addition, the trophies on display include up to 150 units of enemy heavy equipment, T-72 tanks, BMPs, 251 Gvozdika self-propelled artillery mounts, and the Osa anti-aircraft missile system.

Baku residents and guests of the capital willingly visit the park. But most of all among the visitors are young people.

Children, who are the future of Azerbaijan, are introduced here to the details of the historical Victory of our country, won under the leadership of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces.

The War Trophy Park is of particular importance from the point of view of the demonstration of the historical Victory won by Azerbaijan. And the exhibits on its territory related to the Patriotic War make it possible to recreate the picture of the battles that brought victory to Azerbaijan.

We present to the readers’ attention a photo report from the War Booty Park.

(Author and photo: Zaur Mustafayev. Translation: Kamalya Seyidova. Editor: Konstantin Shapiro)




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