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Voroshilovskaya Batareya Museum

Voroshilovskaya Batareya, 1 | Russkiy, Vladivostok 690920, Russia
+7 924 520-91-39
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Take your time to examine the place and go 4 levels (!!!) down under the artillery tower! The story... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
DMelnikov
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St. Petersburg
nice visit if you like this stuff

we had a guided tour and a translator, all the sign and indications are in Russian only ( I highly... read more

Reviewed 20 January 2018
ricky v
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Houston, Texas
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“gun battery” (2 reviews)
“soviet times” (2 reviews)
“russky island” (2 reviews)
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Voroshilovskaya Batareya, 1 | Russkiy, Vladivostok 690920, Russia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Take your time to examine the place and go 4 levels (!!!) down under the artillery tower! The story of the lace is also very interesting, so if you don't have an organized tour, make sure to read the explications on the stands!

Thank DMelnikov
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Reviewed 20 January 2018 via mobile

we had a guided tour and a translator, all the sign and indications are in Russian only ( I highly suggest to do the same). Anyway the visit was totally worth it , the condition of the battery are really good and very well maintained....More

Thank ricky v
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Reviewed 17 December 2017

The museum is mostly open-air, for a very moderate fee allows to view an exhibition of tanks and get inside the giant canon, which operated until 1992. The infrastructure goes three levels underground and also available for visits. The museum is easily reachable by public...More

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Reviewed 26 October 2017

We were excited about visiting the Vorishilov Battery but were disappointed when a barrier was at the main entrance and a sign in Russian barring admittance. We continued walking down the road, and after 5 minutes saw the guardhouse. The guard was not particularly pleased...More

Thank Andrew M
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Reviewed 14 August 2017

It is a good museum showing the importance of this Fort against japanese invasion during World War II. The cannons are still fixed. There are lots of facilities of the fort opened to the public, especailly the comaanding room and ammunition room which gve visitors...More

Thank Rtary L
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Reviewed 14 July 2017

This is the biggest gun which i have ever saw on land. It s really amaizing to look at the big gun battery which is set on a mountain in the middle of the island!!! Specially to build this russians insall railways from the pier

Thank Nikita D
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Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

The battery is quite far away on Rusdky Island, worst of all the bus dosent stop in front of the park so we had to hitchhike our way back to the nearest bus stop. The batrery its self was intresting but it took a whole...More

Thank Ziggy28104
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Reviewed 5 April 2017

This was part of our day tour and an interesting stop on Russiky Island. Fortunately, it has never been ‘fired in anger’ and a very interesting set of structures. The storage and loading systems were quite complex and there was a good display of nostalgic...More

Thank the_stoddarts
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Reviewed 21 February 2017

Passing two bridges, golden bridge and bridge to Russiky island, I could get to this place. Not an easy place to go individually. Can see large machine guns during the cold war period and get into the bunker.Russian island was prohibited area until 1991 as...More

Thank 359kwangnamk
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Reviewed 17 September 2016

The battery with 6 guns of 30 km range fortunately never has been used and looking at its technology not sure it would survive many shoots, even though they clami to be making around 20 training shoots every year. Hudge structures supporting the guns with...More

Thank Piomak64
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