Kubinka Tank Museum
One of the biggest museums in the world of armored vehicles and weapons. Founded in 1938 as the Museum of military vehicles. Military equipment is presented in 7 hangars:
Hangar 1: the Soviet heavy tanks and self-propelled guns;
Hangar 2: Soviet medium tanks and assault guns;
Hangar 3: Soviet light tanks, tracked armored personnel carriers, amphibious tanks and crank at their base, armoured vehicles and armament of airborne troops;
Hangar 4: Soviet armored vehicles, armored personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles.
Hangar 5: USA tech and UK
Hangar 6: armored vehicles of Nazi Germany
Hangar 7: armoured fighting vehicles of France, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Sweden, Japan and China
There are unique exhibits: a super-heavy tank "mouse" (ger. "Maus"),
600-mm self-propelled mortar "Karl" and "Object 279".
To get there: On the Minsk highway to Kubinka, turn around on the bridge, turn right at the tank-memorial
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