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Hidden Museum that should be visited

This is a very impressive museum. It shows a lot of artifacts and how the city looked like. It is... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
BirgM
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Portland, Oregon
Small gem

The museum's location is the the former site of General Paulus, the German general in charge of his... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
conansmeeth
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Moscow, Russia
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Pavshih Bortsov sq., 2, Volgograd 400131, Russia
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a very impressive museum. It shows a lot of artifacts and how the city looked like. It is the last head quarters of General Paulus and features his room and a lot of details about the Germans.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum's location is the the former site of General Paulus, the German general in charge of his country's army during Stalingrad. It was cool seeing maps and placards that fleshed out his situation, but be warned that while there is some English and German...More

1  Thank conansmeeth
Reviewed June 8, 2018

What remarkable insight to preserve and carefully enhance the site of the end moment of greatest battle in world history. To stand in the preserved location where the defeated Von Paulus stood is indeed a memorable experience. To stand in the very place that marks...More

Thank Paul O
Reviewed September 7, 2017

This particular cellar, originally a cellar to a store-house, was used, in the critically days in 1942, first as a russian lazarat, then for the russian army headquarter, followed by the german army headquarter, to the very end. Now an interesting museum.

Thank peterbeck2015
Reviewed October 5, 2014

This museum occupies the dingy basement of the Univermag department store. This is the location in which Field Marshall Paulus had his last headquarters and from which he surrendered the 6th Army. Paulus and Schmidt's rooms can be seen and the displays are excellent. You...More

4  Thank rabbit83
Reviewed October 31, 2013

It is actually some years since I saw this incredible and haunting museum and I have been told that several years ago the new owners of the The Department Store, The Univermag - in the basement of which this museum is located, had dismantled it...More

4  Thank Peter P
Reviewed October 4, 2013

This took us an age to find but was well worth the persistence. It is small but full of interest in this underground location - please see my photos to help explain how to get there as the door is an unexpected entrance to a...More

9  Thank Bauhaus100
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