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At one time, Vladisvostok was one of the strongest coastal fortresses in the world, and the concrete structures used to fortify the city can still be seen at the base of mountains, along local roads and in the seaside.
Worth checking out if you are near by.
Interesting history, lead to understanding of why Vladivostok is the gateway to the east for Russia and very important militarily.
Also provided insight on how Primorsky Krai because part of Russia in the first place.
The fortress has a great view and an interesting historical background. I believe it is still a working military establishment. Vladivostok had the biggest naval fortress in Russia by World War One so there is plenty to see.
The Battery Bezymyannaya is also known as coastal battery # 19. It was built in 1872, as part of the city defences. It never saw any action during the war years, and was retired in 1923 after the Russian Civil War, as part of an...More
A museum to some fascinating history. I have read it was one of the best coastal fortifications in the world. The view is fantastic as you observe the area it was built to protect. Lots of interesting exhibits inside the fort, including many weapons used....More
We visited here on a guided tour. The military history itself is fascinating and the children enjoyed climbing over the old relics (not sure if they were supposed to do that, but no one seemed to mind). Since it sits high, there are great pictures...More
It was real fortress and now it is museum. You can watch various type of Russian military things and if you see the ocean here, you can feel the feeling of soldier or adventurer of that era. For Every museums in Vladivostok, ticket cost is...More
Although weather was atrocious the day we visited enjoyed this tremendously. Good selection of military vehicles (albeit some in poor shape) and guns. Includes an indoor museum which was part of a comprehensive system of military tunnels.