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6 The Museum In A Submarine

The Museum In A Submarine


Today can see what submarines look like from the inside. Welcome to a museum based inside a submarine boat. It sails in the waters of Khimki water reservoir (the Moscow region) and everybody is invited to the place.

The submarine boat was built in 1979 in Nizhny Novgorod. It stood guard in the Atlantic ocean and Mediterranean Sea from 1980 to 1998. In April 2001 it was re-equipped. The internal design underwent minimal changes. After repairs it was announced a museum.

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6 Responses to “The Museum In A Submarine”

  1. Takolander says:

    I love submarines…but I’d sure as hell never want to serve in one ;)

  2. regulator says:

    The ‘Orljonok’ ekranoplane, which is visible in the 6th and 7th picture would have also been an interesting thing to see.

  3. MAC says:

    Russia was a military complex, it is sad the only exhibits are of military objects.

    The life of a commoner was under police state monitoring and the ‘conscript’ life was not fun.

    • JFlick says:

      Oh so you were born in the soviet union? If not you don’t know the soviet union very well. I look around london and see cameras look back at me every street I walk, I guess the west is a police state as well.

  4. Chac Mool says:

    Really? According to whom?

    And about some “military complex”, well… you should know better.

  5. Chac Mool says:

    A Submarine Museum can only be a very cool place to visit.

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