A "monument to Stepan Bandera" has appeared on the Google map of Belgorod. Photo
A "monument to Stepan Bandera" has appeared on the Google map of Russian Belgorod. The geographical point is the location of a multi-story building at 46 Zhovtneva Street in the city center, but the marker has not been removed for several months.
This was reported by the local Telegram channel Pepel. As noted, the "Bandera monument" appeared on Google Maps at least five months ago.
This is evidenced by user comments.
In their reviews of the "monument," some write that the monument is "the most beautiful" in their hometown, while others are "very proud of their native land."
Still others complain that they cannot find the object and attach a photo of the house where the "Bandera" allegedly stands.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- On September 18, a giant letter "Z" was set on fire in Belgorod, which became a symbol of Russia's military aggression against Ukraine. Russian police began searching for the arsonists.
- On the morning of October 3, Shebekino, Belgorod region, reported seven air raids on the Monocrystal plant, which produces synthetic sapphires used, among other things, in electronics.