The building itself is of pontoon bridge shape (or things those bridges consisted of) and features a museum with a gift shop, old cars and historic videos. In between the two pontoon decks there are some victim counts and a strange statue you can see on photos above (not below). Anyway, the most impressing parts were the exhibition of old military equipment used during the WWII by Soviet, Czechoslovak and German armies, including tanks, cannons, etc. Outside this area, there is an actual Soviet plane that was used during the same war and its interior is accessible for a fee of 50 cents. An old kind lady tells you about what was the plane used for, you can take a peek at the pilot's cabin but then you rather hurry outta there, 'cause it's hell hot in the plane in summer. The visit can be done in fifteen minutes, like we did because we needed to catch a train, but if you wanna see the inside of the museum, I think it would be a one-hour visit at least.
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