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AlGIR Museum.

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about my strong belief in the very existence of prehistoric 
advanced technology and great civilizations of wilier races. 
I just can't wait to see their faces at time the truth is revealed” 

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ALGIR, or the Akmolinskiy camp for wives of the men who opposed the government is located in the Akmolinsk region, 40 kilometers from modern Astana, in the territory of Malinovka village, now known as Akmol.
That correction camp was the largest female colony in the territory of Kazakhstan and they kept innocent wives, mothers, daughters and sisters of those who were unjustly condemned for espionage against the Soviet power.
This memorial complex dedicated to victims of political repression is built on the site where the notorious 'Camp for wives of traitors of the Motherland' stood. It is also near the airport, so aircraft passengers can see the memorial covered with materials of red shades, and its central cross-shaped plan.
The main symbolic elements include an 'Arch of Sorrow' at one end of the cross, with light-reflecting metal disks. At the other end is the museum, a truncated cone designed to create a sense of imprisonment. A trench called the ‘Wall of Memory’, links the two and leads to two sculptures symbolising ‘Despair and Debility’ and ‘Struggle and Hope’.

Authority: 
The Aga Khan Trust for Culture, 2011.