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Beautiful Monument in the City Center of Sevastopol

Very nice area next to the Sevastopol Bay. Can take a boat tour or just enjoy all the shops and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
monument to scuttled ships

this monument is situated near the park and is not far from the ferry terminal ,its worth a visit... read more

Reviewed September 20, 2018
Gold Coast, Australia
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“Beautiful Monument in the City Center of Sevastopol”
Sep 20, 2018
“monument to scuttled ships”
Primorskiy Blvd, Sevastopol
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very nice area next to the Sevastopol Bay. Can take a boat tour or just enjoy all the shops and restaurants nearby. If you're a tourist in Sevastopol this is must see area, including the monument.

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Reviewed September 20, 2018

this monument is situated near the park and is not far from the ferry terminal ,its worth a visit and a photo.

Thank mcfc2017
Reviewed July 28, 2018

Right on the boardwalk in the City Center I have to write 100 characters minimum so I am almost theRe!

Thank MrBBHead
Reviewed July 8, 2018

I felt so connected to the place as been a sailor myself I understand how much it takes to sink your otherwise perfect boat. Feel what the captains of these boat must felt at the time. This is a particular importance for any maritime peroson...More

Thank kittygg37
Reviewed May 14, 2018

This is one of the monuments with is stamped on one of the rubles bills. It is worth a photo, as the title suggests. I recommend that you read the story of it beforehand, so that you know what it is about andwhy it is...More

Thank Danilo R
Reviewed April 8, 2017

This one of the Sevastopol attractions is rather interesting if you know the history and the purpose of the scuttling of these ships it really helps to understand this monuments significance. This tactic worked to a degree but it was a huge storm that played...More

Thank jipteq
Reviewed August 31, 2016

Excellent Monument to remind people of the sunken ships the monument itself is in the bay which I have seen people swim out to so they could be photographed next to the monument which proves people do respect the reason the monument is there but...More

Thank Eddie020173
Reviewed August 4, 2016

Not outstanding but it's simple and worth a photo the sevastopol promenade and its a pleasant walk along it.

Thank Mark S
Reviewed September 21, 2015

September 11, 1854 between the Alexander’s and Konstantinovskaya batteries on the orders of the Prince Alexsandr Menshikov seven ships were sunk to close the entrance to anchorage: the frigates' “Sizopol” and “Flora”, ships "Uriel“, “Three Saints”, “Selafail”, “Silistra”, “Varna”. Later, in February 1855, from the...More

Thank Igor Z
Reviewed September 7, 2015

A must-visit place, THE landmark of Sevastopol! Worth a visit in daylight, as well as in the evening when the promenade is full of life.

Thank ZPZurich-Moscow
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