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Church of Our Saviour on Split Blood
Cruiser Aurora
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Cruiser Aurora

   
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Cruiser Aurora   Cruiser Aurora 

Description:
The Cruiser Aurora was designed by K.Tokarevskiy and built in 1897-1900 in the yard “New Admiralteystvo”. During the Russian-Japanese war it participated in the battle of Tsushima. In February, 1917 the sailors of Aurora joined the revolutionary forces and hoisted the red flag. The blank shot of its prow gun served as the signal to storm the Winter Palace. During the years of the World War II it was moved to Oranienbaum, but its guns and sailors participated in the military actions on land. Since 1948 Aurora has been anchored on the Petrovskaya embankment.

Main attractions:
On board of this military cruiser tourists can visit the deckhouse, see the radio cabin, the boiler engine room and the genuine guns of the cruiser.

The exposition of the museum includes 1.000 items: paintings and drawings with marine landscapes and heroic scenes, genuine flags and banners of the cruiser, 40 original documents and other items of the historical days of the cruiser, a huge collection of orders and medals of the sailors who served on board of this heroic cruiser.

Open:
Daily 10:30 - 16:00. Closed: Mondays, Tuesday and last Wednesday of the month.



 

  
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