Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung, Koblenz

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  • you need your passport to get in. 5 floors of German military history. It was amazing to see how advanced Germany's technology was. Alot to see. 
  • Very good history for military equipment by army, air force, marine and sanitary. You should take a guide. Parking is no problem.
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  • The Museum of military technology, according to its official name, is a wonder for those who are fond of history, to the militaria, and for those who are interested in issues military in general. But also is a museum very educational for who just have curiosity by see how is a truck shielded by inside or how works a canon, or a missile, for example. It worse of the Museum is that not exists any indication to get to it and is located almost hidden. The Germans continue to have problems with admitting his history and his involvement in the world wars, and it seems that they want to hide all memory of them. However, if one manages to find it (is away from the Centre, on the other side of the Moselle river, although no more than 20 minutes walk) can park in the space reserved in the entrance of the building, for free. In the parking lot is exposed a anti-presas mine a few years ago found in Koblenz, which caused the evacuation of tens of thousands of inhabitants until it could be defused. These mines were used by the allies to destroy dams that the Germans used in damming water to produce electricity. Caused, as is logical, a crowd of victims civilians, since the water reservoir, after the destruction of the dam, dragged to thousands of people in his fury to the be released violently. The entrance costs three euros. The building has 4 floors. The first is the heavy material such as tanks of all kinds (prototypes, old of the first world war, the second, and above all the post-war German army), heavy artillery, transport and also some planes. There are also some boat Canyon. Many of the pieces have parts removed to be able to see inside and understand what the inside of these vehicles. On the upper floors there are dedicated to the anti-aircraft, anti-tank artillery, uniforms, small arms (remarkable the presence of manufacturing armament Spanish as the CETME or Astra). There is also an entire floor dedicated to military transmissions. In general, a visit that it deserves the time that it takes to perform.
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  • Impressive collection! Also pretty large equipment. I missed English translations as well as some information as what it is used for. Oh, and it turns out there are as many as four floors that we mostly missed because we didn't know.
  • A very interesting collection. Bring your passport and 3 euros in change (1, 2, and 0.5 coins only). You need those to get in.
  • Super museum, it shows all kind of tanks, planes, guns. definitely worth a visit. My dad showed his veteran pass and we got a free entry (family of 4).
  • Extensive and interesting collection. Worth a visit
  • Excessive amount of german weapons.