S-56 Submarine Memorial

This submarine is a memorial dedicated to the victory of the Soviet people in World War II. During World War II this submarine crossed the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans all the way to Polar Regions. It sinked 10 boats of the German fleet. For his successful military actions it was awarded with the red flag in 1944. In 1975, after it was restored the S-56 was turned into a commemorative submarine as a branch of the Pacific fleet Museum. It is located on the Golden Horn Embankment. The exhibition dedicated to the development and history of the Russian fleet and submarines takes place in four compartments, three others were kept in their original aspect so that visitors can imagine what it was like to live in this submarine.
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