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Motovilikhinskiy Plant History Museum

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Address: 1905 Goda St., 20, Perm 614014, Russia
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Excellent display of weapons of war made in Perm. Covers history from imperial times though Second World War and Cold War. Examples of SAM missiles and Grad launchers made... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2016
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Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

Excellent display of weapons of war made in Perm. Covers history from imperial times though Second World War and Cold War. Examples of SAM missiles and Grad launchers made notorious in the recent past. Russians are deservedly proud of the technical innovation of what they created and the massive contribution they made to defeating Hitler. However it is very sad... More 

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Reviewed 9 February 2016

Yes, it's a display of history of Russian-made artillery from WW2 up to now. Yes, in comparison to other displays of weaponry from other cities in Russia it may not seem that impressive. BUT.... next to the museum, there is this huge (really huge) Motovilikhinskiy Plant where these pieces have been produced. That is quite impressive. The weapons are just... More 

Thank Edgar S
Perm, Urals
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Reviewed 11 November 2015

FYI there is a museum inside the building in addition to open-air exhibition. It's small and quiet, yet it's worth seeing, especially the reproduction of the typical worker house.

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Brescia, Italy
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Reviewed 14 July 2015 via mobile

If you are looking for tank or big, big guns, you can't miss this opportunity. From the 19th century here are produced some of the biggest weapons of the globe, included those used to win the 2nd world war.

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Reviewed 1 October 2014

If you are at all into military history, the cold war and things that go boom! it's well worth the visit! I arrived too late to be admitted inside but the courtyard exhibits were more than enough to make up for it! You can touch and even climb some exhibits. there is the famous S-300 air defence system and even... More 

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