This Tank Graveyard Is A Monument To Eritrea’s Struggle For Liberation • Discoverology

This Tank Graveyard Is A Monument To Eritrea’s Struggle For Liberation

A short distance from Asmara, the capital of Eritrea, lies a “tank graveyard”—a field littered with thousands of stacked military tanks, rusting trucks, and worn-out cars, remnants of a devastating, three-decade conflict with Ethiopia. A massive military junkyard takes on new meaning.

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