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Flour mill ruins, Volgograd

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Visit Flour mill ruins, left in its post-war condition as a reminder of the destruction of the siege of Stalingrad. View the bullet and shell holes on the house, which was bombed but survived the war. In the front, note the military vehicles, guns, and tanks from the battle that are on display. Note that the ruins can only be seen from outside and at a distance, given their central location. Put Flour mill ruins into our Volgograd itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Where to stay in Volgograd

The historical, cultural, and industrial center of southern Russia, Volgograd receives a good share of both tourists and business travelers. The mighty Volga River is the centerpiece of the city, so it's no wonder the biggest hotels are poised near its scenic banks. Here you can find both modern and historical, lavish and economical accommodations. The city also offers a couple of hostels for an even more budget-friendly lodging. If you're looking for self-catering accommodation, there is a large selection of apartments, from basic to luxurious.
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  • This monument shows the immense destruction that took place of a city completely destroyed for the idiocies of man. Millions of life's east for ever and for nothing. Poor mankind if we learn nothing f...  more »
  • Its located next to the great museum of WWII. Really recommend to visit it. Their exhibition outside of museum and a lot of great artifacts inside. You can spent hours there.  more »
  • Visit as part of the panoramic museum visit. Must see. Just imagine how the city must have looked around this building. A life we could not even imagine. Not one step back.  more »