old-sarepta-museum-reserve

Museum-Reserve “Old Sarepta” was created in 1989 on the basis of the preserved historical and architectural complex of religious brotherhood Herrnhuters Sarepta colony. Today the museum reserve – a major cultural, tourism, research and methodological center of Volgograd. One of the attractions of the museum is a body established in the church. Available in Russian.

panorama-museum-of-the-battle-of-stalingrad

This museum, part of the Battle of Stalingrad museum complex, has dozens of exhibits on the Battle of Stalingrad and the soldiers who fought. The model of the ruined city is a moving display of the human capacity for both destruction and rebuilding, and a highlight is the vivid 360-degree Battle of Stalingrad Panorama. It’s two blocks east of the pl Lenina high-speed tram stop.

volgograd-bridge

Volgograd Bridge is a concrete girder bridge over the Volga River in the city of Volgograd. The bridge and adjacent flyovers are 2,514 m long. The bridge, which was inaugurated October 10, is a key part of a planned 30 km (19 mi) highway route that also includes a future bridge over the Akhtuba River.

the-motherland-calls

Mamayev Kurgan is a dominant height overlooking the city of Volgograd in Southern Russia. The name in Russian means “tumulus of Mamai”. The formation is dominated by a memorial complex commemorating the Battle of Stalingrad. The battle.

barmaley-fountain

The Barmaley is an informal name of a fountain in the city of Volgograd. Its official name is Children’s Khorovod. The statue is of a circle of six children dancing around a crocodile. While the original fountain was removed in the 1950s, two replicas were installed in 2013.

the-volga-don-navigation-canal

Lenin Volga–Don Shipping Canal is a canal which connects the Volga River and the Don River at their closest points. Opened in 1952, the length of the waterway is 101 km, 45 km through rivers and reservoirs. The canal forms a part of the Unified Deep Water System of European Russia. Together with the lower Volga and the lower Don, the Volga–Don Canal provides the most direct navigable connection between the Caspian Sea and the Sea of Azov.

 

 

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