Dude, I Need A Jack Hammer And A Big Crane. Don’t Ask Me Why

military vehicles

A little work and a guy could have his very own artillery division.

 

The Hope for Peace (Espoir de Paix) Monument is a monument in Yarze, Lebanon, made to celebrate the end of the Lebanese Civil War in 1990. It was designed by the French-born American artist Armand Fernandez..

It was built in 1995. It is the official monument to commemorate the end of the civil war in Lebanon.

The monument is unusual in that it contains 78 military vehicles, from a range of eras and nations. The monument resembles a bombed-out building, with the vehicles positioned in it. The guns of the tanks and military vehicles stick out of it, mostly pointing in one direction.

3 thoughts on “Dude, I Need A Jack Hammer And A Big Crane. Don’t Ask Me Why

    • Seriously doubt if any of the vehicles are actually useful, they’ve probably been gutted of anything good.

      A few hundred pounds of dynamite and you suddenly have a lot of recyclable metal!

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