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Putin and Lukashenko Visit Museum of Naval Glory in Kronstadt: New Facility to Open on July 30th


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Presidents Putin and Lukashenko Visit Museum of Naval Glory in Kronstadt

The Presidents of Russia and Belarus, Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko, recently visited the Museum of Naval Glory in Kronstadt. The museum, located on a group of fortress islands, is set to open on July 30th.

Historic Buildings Form the Foundation of the Museum

The museum complex is built on the foundation of two carefully restored historic buildings that were originally artillery arsenals during the First World War. These buildings have been transformed into a new facility for showcasing naval history.

A Remarkable Construction Timeline

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The construction of the museum is quite remarkable, as it was completed in an unprecedentedly short time frame. From 2022 to May 2023, the complex was built and prepared for its opening.

Preserving the Legend of the Russian Fleet

The design concept of the museum focuses on preserving the legendary history of the Russian fleet. The central exhibit of the museum is the first Soviet nuclear submarine, K-3 “Leninsky Komsomol.” The submarine has been fully restored on the outside and is currently undergoing active restoration work on the interior.

A Sneak Peek at the Museum

Unfortunately, no detailed information or images about the museum’s interior are available at this time. However, visitors can expect an immersive experience that highlights the naval achievements and glory of Russia.

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