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Weapons museum in Moscow open air of Victoria Park

Also outdoors of Victoria Park, next to the museum building, there is an exhibition of weapons, military equipment and engineering structures (victory weapons, captured equipment, railway troops, military roads, artillery, armored vehicles, air forces, Marine). Among the museum’s exhibits there are many unique ones, for example, a rare aircraft, the U-2, the legendary tank of the Great Patriotic War, the Soviet T-34. In addition, the exhibition “Engines of war. Rare, unknown, famous.

The history

In 1983, the Council of Ministers of the USSR issued the Decree “On the construction in Moscow of the monument to the Victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945”, which prescribed the creation of the monument to the Victory of the Soviet people in Poklonnaya Hill at the expense of the funds received from the working days of the communist community in labor collectives.

The work on the creation of the museum, the formation of a database of exhibitions and the design of exhibitions were carried out by the employees of the future museum together with veteran organizations.
The main activities of the museum according to its Charter, adopted in 1994, are: research, stock, exhibition and scientific and educational work.

In December 1993, when the active preparations for the opening were already made directly in the museum building (the first temporary exhibitions were created, based on which permanent exhibitions were created in the future), the government of the capital decided Create exhibits of military equipment as part of the memorial complex and fortifications.

This decision affected the increase of the deadlines to complete the creation of the museum and, consequently, postponed the date of its opening.

As a result, the grand opening of the museum took place on May 9, 1995, the day of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the victory over fascist Germany. Heads of 55 states attended the opening ceremony, including US President Bill Clinton and British Minister John Mager, who emphasized the national character of the Victory Museum.

The Museum of the Great Patriotic War is an impressive four-story building with its size and architecture, topped by a dome with a fifteen meter spire.

Inside the building there are three main rooms of the museum: the “Hall of Commanders”, the “Hall of Glory” and the “Hall of Memory and Sadness”, as well as the hall of the historical exhibition, 6 bulky dioramas that highlights the key moments and the battles of the Great Patriotic War, a large hall with 400 seats and a cinema. -a conference room with 200 seats, three VIP rooms, a department of the “Book of Memory” and an art gallery.

The contrast with its different rooms makes the museum unique: this is how the Hall of Fame pays tribute to the heroes and the victors, while the Hall of Memory shows sorrow for the dead.
At the entrance to the Victory Museum there are shop windows and stalls with exhibits: personal items, documents and awards from military leaders and soldiers of rank. Authentic weapons and uniforms of soldiers and officers of various weapons of the anti-Hitler coalition armies and our opponents are presented.

General’s Hall

The first hall, which opens the museum’s exhibition, is the “Hall of Leaders”, which is a large spacious room with a main staircase in the center, on the upper platform of which is the decorative and decorative composition “The shield and the sword of victory “, and in its center is the panel” Soldier’s Road of Glory “” Made of non-ferrous metal.

Along the perimeter of the Hall of Commanders there is a collection of busts of bronze knights of the highest military award: the Order of Victory, made by the sculptor Zurab Tsereteli. On the sculptural images of the faces of the generals and marshals, the knights of the Order of Glory, there are stylized heraldic shields with military orders of the Soviet and Russian armies represented in them.

Also outdoors of Victoria Park, next to the museum building, there is an exhibition of weapons, military equipment and engineering structures (victory weapons, captured equipment, railway troops, military roads, artillery, armored vehicles, air forces, Marine). Among the museum’s exhibits there are many unique ones, for example, a rare aircraft, the U-2, the legendary tank of the Great Patriotic War, the Soviet T-34. In addition, the exhibition “Engines of war. Rare, unknown, famous.

In 1983, the Council of Ministers of the USSR issued the Decree “On the construction in Moscow of the monument to the Victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945”, which prescribed the creation of the monument to the Victory of the Soviet people in Poklonnaya Hill at the expense of the funds received from the working days of the communist community in labor collectives.

The work on the creation of the museum, the formation of a database of exhibitions and the design of exhibitions were carried out by the employees of the future museum together with veteran organizations.
The main activities of the museum according to its Charter, adopted in 1994, are: research, stock, exhibition and scientific and educational work.

In December 1993, when the active preparations for the opening were already made directly in the museum building (the first temporary exhibitions were created, based on which permanent exhibitions were created in the future), the government of the capital decided Create exhibits of military equipment as part of the memorial complex and fortifications.

This decision affected the increase of the deadlines to complete the creation of the museum and, consequently, postponed the date of its opening.

As a result, the grand opening of the museum took place on May 9, 1995, the day of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the victory over fascist Germany. Heads of 55 states attended the opening ceremony, including US President Bill Clinton and British Minister John Mager, who emphasized the national character of the Victory Museum.

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