Northern Fleet Museum
Take the No. 6 train at the railway station and go north to the terminal. After getting off the train, follow the mobile map to find the way and walk. For about half an hour, I saw a bay not far away, and a white church flashed on the left side of the road. After turning around the church for about a few hundred meters, you will see an old light blue building. The prestigious former Soviet Northern Fleet Headquarters is right in front of you. It has now been changed to the Northern Fleet Museum. The building is facing a quiet harbor, there are no warships, and even cargo ships cannot be seen. The naval base stele in front of the building.
It was too late. The opening hours of the museum had passed. I saw a couple of staff walking out, and an aunt smiled and gestured to me to close the door. I heard that there are many exhibits on naval ships and the history of the Northern Fleet. Although I am not a fan of the military, I still feel a pity! I will leave tomorrow, I don't know when I will come again.
Wandering around the building for more than ten minutes, looking at the bay and the building whose outer wall has begun to peel off, is the Northern Fleet, which had the most nuclear submarines in the past, still have the glory today?