The Prince of Novgorod in 1236-51, the grand Prince of Vladimir since 1252. The Russian army under his leadership won the Swedes (The Nevsky fight of 1240) and the German knights (Ice slaughter of 1242). He was canonized by Russian Orthodox Church in 1547. What is his name?
This Russian Tsar was named “A Peacemaker” because Russia didn’t fight even a day when he ruled. His well-known words are: “We have only 2 faithful allies — our army and fleet.” Who is this?
It is the first part of the composition which consists of 3 monuments dedicated to the great Victory in the World War II. It is called "Rear (тыл) - to front". It is situated in Magnitogorsk where the Victory sword was forged (выкован). The worker is passing a sword to the soldier.
This is the second part of the composition. The Motherland symbolizes that the sword was lifted in Stalingrad.
What is the third part of the composition? What does it symbolize? Where is it situated?