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Since the early 1930s, the Japanese fleet was constant threat for the Soviet Far East. And in 1931, it was decided to strengthen city's coastal defense through building a 305-mm turret artillery battery in its vicinity. It was planned to make the battery invisible from the sea using land's natural landscape for disguise. The construction lasted over two years, two turret launch facilities, taken from the battleship "Poltava", were used for battery's arming. Barges brought gun tubes and turrets' parts to Russky Island, and then they were delivered to the installation site by specially built rail. In 1934, the construction of the coastal battery was finished and it was given the name of Kliment Voroshilov - Commissar for defense of the Soviet Union. The 305-mm turret artillery battery was the first and the last battery of such high caliber, created in the soviet period.

The group size- from 1 pax and more.

The season for visiting- 10/01-25/12 (Mondays Tuesday, last Friday of each month- are days off)

Group size

cost/pax

2+0

RUB 6500/pax

3+0

RUB 5100/pax

4+0

RUB 4100/pax

5+0

RUB 4000/pax

 

Day

City

Time

Program

Meals

Day1

Vladivostok

10:00

13:00

16:00

Meeting with guide, transfer for excision to the fortress museum

Transfer to the Russky island

Excursion to Voroshilov battery with fortress complex

Return to hotel

No lunch

 

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