Near Lutsk, Volyn, Ukraine
Monument Kupriyan Sivy
Inscription. One of the 4 forts under Lutsk , built in 1887 -1890 -ies . This fort was buried Kupriyan Sivy and a memorial cross in his honor :
Magazine - Niva number 37 on September 10, 1916 wrote :
"Tomb of the hero "
Place and the tomb of the martyr penalty arrow 8th Siberian shelf Kupriyan Sivy . Having escaped from Austrian captivity , he reached his native village Boratin near Lutsk occupied by the Austrians , he settled in the neighboring Czech Boratin colony , the widow of professor Gorlichko Kiev , which he served until the war. Entering into a friendship with the Austrians , he gathered a lot of information about the enemy but denounced by two Czechs villagers was captured by the Austrians and executed 22 December 1915 . The last words were Kupriyan Sivaga : " There was a Russian land will be. God bless our troops to win! "
By Vadim Torik, March 10, 2014
1. Monument Kupriyan Sivy Marker
Erected by Ukrainian National Aliance.
Location. 50° 42.467′ N, 25° 21.633′ E. Marker is near Lutsk, Volyn. Marker is on Budivelna street, on the left when traveling south. Click for map. Marker is in this post office area: Lutsk, Volyn 45602, Ukraine.
Categories. • Forts, Castles • Patriots & Patriotism • War, World I •
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