One of the witnesses of the former Soviet soldiers and civilians in the V-56 submarine museum in the heroic war in Vladivostok, the museum was built in a retired submarine that participated in World War II and sunk 10 German ships. And hit 4 ships, and I have nothing to lose. Walking into the submarine just feels too "compact"...
First visit to the submarine ||
There is a very interesting sight in the Vladivostok hotel submarine, this submarine can be visited. It was a retired submarine during the Second World War. I heard that it was still a battle.
Go inside to experience the scene of the navy's life, still very rich and interesting. You can learn about various facilities and equipment.
The Submarine C-56 Museum was a submarine during the Second World War. It entered the submarine and the various machinery, equipment and objects in the cabin were similar. The two walls of the boat cabin are covered with photos, pictures and text materials, and you can see the glory of the Soviet Navy. The Submarine C-56 Museum is located in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and is backed by the Russian Pacific Fleet Command Building, which has a strong historical significance.
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