War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

Stalin Line is a former line of fortifications on the border of the Soviet Union occupying the territory of modern Byelorussia. Nowadays its great part is an open-air museum of military machines and facilities once left there.

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

There are trenches all around the perimeter of the today’s museum.

War Museum The Closest To Reality

Special atmosphere inside, and some beer bottles, too.

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

The Stalin Line impresses with its scope.

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

And then time has stopped.

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

“Machinegun pillbox #132”

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

“Command post and lookout #135”

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

War Museum The Closest To Reality

“We defend peace! We are not afraid of the threats and are ready to attack in response to the attacks of warmongers!”

War Museum The Closest To Reality

Location: Minsk

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13 thoughts on “War Museum The Closest To Reality”

  1. I feel sorry for the farmers in that area. They probably still plow up old unexploded ordnance from the war. Probably a few bones now and then, too.

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  2. So called ‘Stalin line’ was easily overrun by the Germans in 1941,most of those rusty vandalised exhibiits are post-war.
    Sorry to disappoint but this is a very un-authentic display.

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  3. If it was supposed to be an accurate recreation then why would there be a GAZ Poebda (Victory) in the middle of the battlefield? That car was not released until after the was and it’s very name commemorates the victory in the war.

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  4. I’ve been there. It’s about 15 miles west of Minsk. The destroyed tanks and vehicles are part of annual war re-creations, and not left over from any real battle.

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  5. Second to last photo shows an is3 I think. At least the turret looks like the one from an is3, I always thought they were never used in ww2, only shown in the victory parade…

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