Sea cucumber is a must-see attraction. This submarine is a meritorious submarine. During World War II, it made outstanding contributions and sank 14 Axis ships. Three compartments remained basically in their original shape, and periscopes, control consoles and torpedoes were also displayed as they were. The other compartments were converted to museums, showing the history of the development of the Soviet submarine and the meritorious history of the submarine. The Pacific Fleet's active warships can be seen in the harbor ahead. On the right is the Pacific Fleet Command. The building is not impressive, but the guards at the entrance and the radar antennas and armor on the hills behind the building highlight its military functions. Behind it is Nicolas Arc de Triomphe. It's magnificent!
The Vladivostok "C-56" submarine was awarded the Red Flag Medal and the Guard title, standing on the Plaza of "Monument to the Fighting Honor of the Pacific Fleet" in Vladivostok. Next to it is a monument made of black marble. The monument records the historical facts of the Soviet Red Army navy's sacrifice of soldiers in the battle to defend important ports in the patriotic war from 1941 to 1945, and the help of China and Korea. The "Evergreen Fire" burns in front of the tablet. During World War II, the officers and soldiers of the C-56 submarine fought bravely, sinking 10 enemy ships and seriously injuring 4.
The War Submarine Museum is one of the witnesses of the heroic anti-Japanese war in Vladivostok by the former Soviet army and civilians. It was built in a decommissioned submarine to remind and commemorate the warriors. One of the witnesses of the heroic war of resistance in Vladivostok was the museum built in a decommissioned submarine. The submarine is 77 metres long, 5 metres wide and 44 metres deep. It has four torpedo launchers and carries eight torpedoes. During World War II, the submarine destroyed more than ten German warships and injured two of them without any damage. Nowadays, people feel the glory of the Soviet Navy as if they were in the battlefield filled with smoke of gunpowder.
Merit submarine! It was a submarine that made a great contribution to the glorious victory of the Soviet Navy in World War II. After World War II, the submarine was placed in its present position. The memorial wall around the submarine is engraved with the names of the soldiers who died in Vladivostok to defend their motherland in World War II. The open fire in Vladivostok is on the right side of the submarine, and the famous Russian Pacific Fleet Command is near the submarine museum.
This is a highly recommended scenic spot for Vladivostok tourism and the first time to visit the interior of a decommissioned submarine. Absolutely rare scenic spots. This submarine was a successful submarine in World War II. It contains a lot of information about the war at that time, as well as the whole submarine personnel, generals and so on. It can also fully feel the life inside the submarine, mainly because the fare is very cheap, about 10 yuan RMB. Very good place.
Visitors who are interested in military affairs can visit them. When they enter the submarine, they can see souvenir photos and objects, control cabins and dormitories. They can feel the tension during the war. It is impossible to imagine how such a small cabin can accommodate more than 50 people.
On the square of "Red Flag Fleet Memorial" in Vladivostok stands a real retired submarine, the "C-56" which was awarded the Red Flag Medal and the Guard title. Next to it is a monument made of black marble. The monument records the historical facts of the Soviet Red Army navy's sacrifice of soldiers in the battle to defend important ports in the patriotic war from 1941 to 1945, and the help of China and Korea. The "Evergreen Fire" burns in front of the tablet. During World War II, the officers and soldiers of the C-56 submarine fought bravely, sinking 10 enemy ships and seriously injuring 4. To commemorate the heroic sacrifice of the submarine officers and soldiers, the C-56 submarine was divided into several sections after the war. It was transported here by train, car and crane. It was repaired by combined welding, and this unique physical museum was established. Enter the submarine, all kinds of machinery, equipment and objects in the cabin are true and original. The two walls of the cabin are covered with photographs, pictures and text materials. Being in the battlefield filled with smoke of gunpowder, I feel the glory of the Russian navy. On the left side of the submarine museum, there is a magnificent Russian high-rise building with two large iron anchors in front of the door and a beautiful warship model above the door. This is the headquarters of the Soviet Pacific Fleet during World War II. Today, it is still the headquarters of Russia's Pacific Fleet.
The Vladivostok Submarine Museum was converted from the heroic submarines of the former Soviet Union in World War II. All the parts of the submarine were made by Leningrad. They were transported to Vladivostok through the Siberian Railway and assembled in Vladivostok. After being integrated into the Pacific Fleet, they were transferred to the battlefield of Europe. Their journeys covered the whole earth through Kamchatka, Hawaii and the Arctic Ocean. By the end of World War II, 14 enemy ships had been sunk and injured by submarines, which became the immortal legend of Soviet submarines in World War II.