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Malakhov Barrow, Sevastopol

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Specialty Museum Museum
Malakhov Barrow is located in Sevastopol. A visit to Malakhov Barrow represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Sevastopol vacation trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • It was autumn and remained a quiet shocked by the condition of the memorial complex, especially along the fence of the territory. Definitely a cool plunge in the history, but what I saw completely had fought back the desire to return. Left unpleasant impression. There go the renovation and restoration work. Let's see what happens.
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  • Malakhov Hill is located in the oldest part of the city of Sevastopol. There is still preserved the old authentic homes. Malakhov Hill is a historic place where the battle took place during the war. Now this city park. A quiet and peaceful place. There is a Museum and several monuments. The Park is decorated with old cannons that can even climb up and take pictures.
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  • Always believed that know the story very well, but the visit prompted the dry theory tune up with new colors. You know what it's like to touch the walls that protected from bullets those who defended Sevastopol? And you know why Russian troops when objectively the worst armament did not let down the enemies? This will tell the very competent and professional guides. Highly recommend to visit everybody, but especially to schoolchildren, rather than history lessons at her desk.
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