Italian firms helped build Baku "trophy park" targeting Armenians

Italian firms helped build Baku

PanARMENIAN.Net - Italian companies have been involved in the creation of Azerbaijan's "war trophy park" where among other things wax figures of chained and beaten Armenian soldiers are displayed too.

According to reports from Azerbaijan, event industry company G Group International has been involved throughout the process, sending a mission to Baku as early as February.

The Italian architectural studio 120 grammi :: laboratorio di architettura too reportedly participated in the construction of the "museum".

Though the newly inaugurated "trophy park" contains some very abhorrent details, such as hundreds of helmets of fallen Armenian soldiers and degrading and racist representations of Armenians, this doesn't stop Azerbaijanis and their toddlers and children from flocking to the "park" to play with the exhibits and take photos. Pictures posted on social media platforms show Azeri parents strolling through the "park", kids kicking the helmets and trying to strangle the dummies.

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