The monument in honor of soldiers-liberators in the city of Bobruisk was installed in several stages. The final version appeared in 1999.
The first memorial in honor of the liberators of Bobruisk from the Nazi invaders appeared in the city in 1964. At first it was a simple memorial plate, after a year it was supplemented with an obelisk and two plates with the names of the heroes. In 1974, thanks to the work of historians, archivists in Belarus and abroad, the list of names of soldiers killed during the battles for the liberation of the city was replenished, and two additional plates were added to the monument. The work in the archives continued, and in the mid-1990s the memorial was again supplemented with four new plates with names.
In 1998, the city of Bobruisk decided to reconstruct the monument. The author of the project was Laureate of the State Prize, full member of the Paris Academy of Humanitarian Sciences in the field of architecture E.K. Agunovich. July 3, 1999 a new monument to soldiers liberators was opened.
The memorial is in the form of an open book. On its pages there are 938 names of soldiers-heroes. The upper part of the monument is a hemisphere with entrance gates. At the top there is a statue of St. George the Victorious, authored by G.V. Burlakin. The statue rests on wide columns. The victorious is dressed in the uniform of a Soviet soldier, a serpent, whom he strikes with a spear, symbolizes the German invaders. The general composition of the manta-like is reminiscent of the pantheon. In construction, bronze and copper were used.
Visiting the monument to the liberators of the city of Bobruisk is included in a series of familiarization tours around Bobruisk, organized sightseeing and educational excursions around the Mogilev region.