The final resting place of 187 Soviet Army soldiers who died liberating the city of Bila Tserkva (1943-1944)
This burial mound is located near an industrial part of the city where heavy fighting took place. A nearby plaque also notes that during the time of the German occupation of Bila Tserkva, 45,000 people in the city and surrounding region died at the hands of "Hitler's invaders" from 1941 to 1943.
The Great Patriotic War
This burial mound is located at: 49°49'1.94"N 30° 5'12.51"E
Although there isn't any specific monument in Bila Tserkva dedicated to Lyudmyla Pavlichenko, I thought I would include a short video of this famous WWII Soviet sniper who was born here in Bila Tserkva.