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|Monument to Mikhail Glinka at the Russian-Orthodox Cemetery in Berlin. At the foot of the pedestal is a plaque about him in German, on the left and right are plaques with the names of children who died during World War II. This monument was erected by the Soviet military government in 1947.|
Shortly after his burial here in Berlin, Mikhail Glinka's remains were moved to Alexander Nevsky Monastery in St. Petersburg, Russia.