Mormântul eroului necunoscut
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|Excerpt||After the World War I, Romania was among the first states which decided - following the French example - the raising of a monument dedicated to the ones who made their supreme sacrifice on the battlefield. On the Ascension Day - the 17-th of May 1923 - at five years after the Great Union of all Romanians in a single national state, the Monument of the Unknown Hero
was inaugurated in King Charles' Park.
Through the ages, the monument has become a true pilgrimage place for the ones paying homage to those who shed their blood for the country.
By a brutal decision, the tomb was moved, in 1958, at the Mărăşeşti Mausoleum. It was returned in King Charles' Park by an act of justice, on October 26, 1991.
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|Editura||Publicat de: Muzeul de Istorie şi Artă al municipiului Bucureşti|