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The Monument to the Heroes of the Air on the Aviators' Square honors the Romanian airforce fighters who died during World War I.
The Monument to the Heroes of the Air on the Aviators' Square honors the Romanian airforce fighters who died during World War I. The monument comprises bronze sculptures resting on an obelisk-shaped stone pedestal, atop which is a statue with arms spread like wings.
Bulevardul Aviatorilor, București 011868, Romania
+40 21 318 3767
Quito Square is in the heart of Bucharest, with the Monument of Air at its centre
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