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Lenin Nuclear Icebreaker
Атомный ледокол «Ленин»

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Murmansk Top 1 in Must-Visit Museums
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Closed Closed on Mon-Tue;Closed from 12/31-12/31;Closed from 1/1-1/1;Closed from 1/7-1/7
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Phone: +7-911-3456777

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The Lenin nuclear-powered icebreaker was the first ship in the world to use the energy generated by the atomic reactor. It launched in 1957 and sailed on December 7, 1959. It was more than two years earlier than the USS Long Beach (CGN-9), the first nuclear-powered surface-ship missile cruiser. The Lenin, which carries out expeditions and rescue activities in the Arctic Ocean, has sailed for almost 30 years, with the exception of repairs carried out in 1967. It was officially retired in 1989 and is anchored at the port of Murmansk. It is now a museum for visitors. The maintenance of the ship is still in progress and the ship is in good condition and appears to be able to sail on mission if necessary.

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