The Historical and Cultural Complex Stalin Line, Loshany

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At The Historical and Cultural Complex Stalin Line, discover the remains of fortifications that ran along the former western border of the Soviet Union. This cultural complex was founded in memory of the first days of World War II. See a reconstruction of communication trenches, with rifle pits and recesses for ammunition, as well as original pillboxes from the 1940s. Walk through the park of military equipment. The reenactment of several fights, adapted for the stage, offers an opportunity to witness the events that took place in the Minsk fortified region in June 1941. Take a look at our Loshany travel itinerary maker to schedule your visit to The Historical and Cultural Complex Stalin Line and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • well organized location exhibits an interesting excursion, accessibility and validity in interpretation of historical facts.
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  • Visited the complex in January 2017 onwards. Our family from Riga (I, my husband and 10-year-old son). Learn about the Museum by chance and immediately decided that we must see it. Despite the snow and wind, got only positive emotions. Doubly fortunate son-he was able to not only consider military equipment, walk through the trenches, shoot a rifle and submachine gun, but the chat with Santa Claus, who hosted in residence. The Museum is very good. Young guys who work there, told many interesting things, special thanks to them for that. I would like to visit this summer, complex, or better yet get on some festive performance.
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  • Visited the complex in the new year holidays. From the center of Minsk by car 30 minutes to go. Convenient parking within the complex is a payable. Buy the entrance tickets (there are discounts for children and students) and immediately you pay for parking. On site is a gift shop, a cafe, a field kitchen. There is a kind of toilets. The complex is multiple zones. Trenches-trenches, bunkers, etc., then the zone with the reconstruction of the battle. Area equipment-airplanes, helicopters, vehicles, guns. For a fee you can shoot with blanks. Not cheap fun, but worth it. You can dine. Delicious pancakes, coffee, tea. In the summer you can probably spend all day. We were in the winter-so only half-day-cool! Visit the complex very much.
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