Résultats Musée Saint-Petersburg (Санкт-Петербург)

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This icebreaker was built for the Czar's navy in Newcastle in 1916. But, after the revolution, England confiscated it, until Krasin, the People's Commissar, recovered it in 1921 for a fee. Krasin was at the forefront of the international mission to save the Italian Nobile expedition in 1928, whose airship was damaged on its return from the Pole. During the Second World War, she was the only Soviet ship to take part in the convoy to Murmansk, which was under fire from Nazi warships, with the aim of distributing war material to the USSR. It also receives Gagarin at the time of its landing. An exhibition with many photos retraces all these anecdotes.
But the highlight of the visit remains the boat itself. Its spacious deck contains both old and recent navigational instruments. We also visit the engine room, and the cabins of the various crew members, from the captain's to the machinists' cabins. A very fun visit, as you immerse yourself in the intimacy of life on board. Beware, the icebreaker Krasin is not open to the public, but only through excursions organized by the conservation team in charge of the administration of the precious ship, now retired. Guided tours depart at fixed times, at the beginning of each hour.

Night of the Museums: The icebreaker is a great fun to visit during the Night of the Museums, on June 15.

Bring sturdy footwear.

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Open every day except Monday and Tuesday from 10am to 6pm. Excursions start at the beginning of each hour. 400 RUB.

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vélo29
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Visited in may 2016
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superbe bateau . il n y en a plus beaucoup de cette époque dans un aussi bon état . toutefois visite incomplète , pas de salle des machines , pas de locaux de vie de l équipage , pas de cuisine et pas de station radio ( tjrs interressante sur un bateau soviétique ) .

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