What To Expect
Founded in 1973, the complex combines the Museum building and the 62 meter high Motherland statue. The gallery of sculpture expositions commemorates the heroes of the battlefields and rear front. The Glory Cup, which is 16 meters in diameter, and an exhibit of the various weapons used during the war are also on display. The main display is located in a 5,000 meter area and counts more than 12,000 relics.
The museum also has numerous exhibits of documents of military commanders, participants of the war, collection of orders, medals and letters, documentary evidence of the war witnesses, and unique things of the occupation and the liberation which is sure to keep the visitors interested.
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Other languages are available upon request. Please inquire.
Rates for groups of 16 passengers and above are available. Please inquire.
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