Memorial complex to the victims of repression (MCVR)– one of the main attractions of the city of Nazran. Compel was founded on 23 February 1997, at the anniversary of the deportation of the Ingush to Kazakhstan and Central Asia. The project owner – Awarded the honorary Russian Federation government distinction of “distinguished artist of the Russian Federation” Merad Polonkoev, in 2002 an award for the project "Gold Medal" of the Russian Academy of Arts.
MCVR is the architectural monument and is included in the register of the Russian Academy of Arts.
The complex is a combined nine Ingush battle towers, which entangled with barbed wire, symbolizing the nine deported peoples. The central Tower have 4 floors, the height – 25 meters. Each of the towers reflects the architecture of different historical eras of the Ingush people. In the halls of the memorial complex to victims of repression presented photographs, materials, paintings, household items on various historical periods of life of the Ingush people: mass deportation of the Ingush people in February 1944, Memory Hall of the tragic events of the Ossetian-Ingush conflict in autumn 1992, the Ingush in World war, twenty years of the Republic of Ingushetia. The main targets and objects of memorial complex – is the perpetuating of the memory of victims of repression, creation of expositions of the museum fund, various mobile and stationary exhibitions, preservation of historical memory, carrying out cultural and educational activities for the convergence of generations, the formation of the historical and civil identity of youth, cooperation with human rights organizations in the Russian Federation and the Republic of Ingushetia.
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