On the third anniversary of the disaster Boeing 777 (flight MH17) that crashed on 17 July 2014 in the sky over the Donbas in the Netherlands will open a memorial dedicated to the victims of the tragedy. As reports the website of the project, the monument is a living planting of the 298 trees – the number of victims of the disaster.
It landed in the Park Vijfhuizen – close to the international airport of Amsterdam Schiphol, where Boeing went on his last flight. Work on the monument lasted from December 2016. Trees planted in the form of a mourning ribbon. Around the monument planted a ring of sunflowers. The Network is available video presentation of the project.
Today National Monument #MH17 will be unveiled in Vijfhuizen #NL commemorating all victims of the crash 3 years ago https://t.co/5m8Gq7uzJL pic.twitter.com/vZBWXNu11t