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In Sevastopol, the reconstruction of the Konstantinovskaya battery

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In Sevastopol, the legendary Konstantinovsky casemate battery was restored, turning it into a museum, reports RIA News.


In Sevastopol, the reconstruction of the Konstantinovskaya battery


The decision to reconstruct the battery was made in 2014 by the initiative of the head of the Russian Geographical Society.



During the work, specialists checked with historical drawings obtained in the central archive of the Russian Navy in St. Petersburg. The opening of the museum is scheduled for November 4, the first two days to visit the exhibition will be free.



The history of the Konstantinovsky battery dates back to the XNUMXth century. During the defense of Sevastopol during the Crimean War, the British fleet bombarded the fortress. During the Great Patriotic War, the defenders of the fort ensured the evacuation of civilians and military personnel from the northern side of the city to the southern part, and then the withdrawal of Black Sea ships fleet from the Sevastopol bay.
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IA News Crimea / Andrey Kirey
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  1. IL-18
    IL-18 24 October 2017 11: 21 New
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    And someone else will say that Crimea did not need to be returned? (!)
    This is at the genetic level, Russians, regardless of nationality, warriors. And not these, yellow-holoby. Memory is more important than the economy, without it the country will die out. I was very pleased to look at the demolition of monuments to the southerners generals in the USA, they were noble in their actions, unlike the northerners, treacherous deceivers. If the process goes there, the Americans will turn into a third-rate nation in a couple of generations, and the world will heal peacefully.
    1. MoJloT
      MoJloT 24 October 2017 12: 05 New
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      Dear what kind of nonsense, what gene war ??? It did not exist in nature, does not exist and will not exist. The ability of the military to conduct military operations is not based on genes, but on organization, economic power, political structure, social orientation ...
      As for the museum, I’ll get to Sevak.
      1. Xnumx vis
        Xnumx vis 24 October 2017 12: 17 New
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        The boys climbed into the restricted area .. On Konstantinovsky Ravelin (as the battery is called in Sevastopol) They were caught. They peeled potatoes ... True, then they showed us a fortress. The walls were cut with fragments and bullets .. All this impressed. By the way, Sevastopol residents love when our city is called SEVASTOPOL, and all sorts of Sevastiks and other village nicknames are useless for my city!
        1. MoJloT
          MoJloT 24 October 2017 13: 04 New
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          I apologize typed from Sevastopol
          1. Xnumx vis
            Xnumx vis 24 October 2017 16: 59 New
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            Probably new Sevastopol ... Real people never speak disparagingly about the city.
            1. MoJloT
              MoJloT 24 October 2017 17: 43 New
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              I did not notice neglect, this is how St. Petersburg is called Peter, Khabarovsk - Hub ... This is colloquial speech.
              1. Xnumx vis
                Xnumx vis 24 October 2017 18: 17 New
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                Yes, God bless him .. If only they loved Sevastopol! SEVASTOPOL White city, blue bays, On high masts - lights ... No, I will still be happy, Despite many failures. Neither loss, nor longing, nor sorrow Will be parted with sweet land, Where such a quivering sea is laboriously laboring, grumbling, Where eagles and gliders fly, Where any pebble is shining, Where nothing, nothing disappears And never comes back again. ---------------- OLGA BERGHOLZ
  2. Mihail55
    Mihail55 24 October 2017 11: 28 New
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    Pleases !!!! History must constantly teach our descendants.
  3. Nasrat
    Nasrat 24 October 2017 11: 33 New
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    ..... During the defense of Sevastopol during the Crimean War, the British fleet bombarded the fortress. ...


    Why was the Crimean War so named? .... The battles took place in the Baltic, the Far East, the Caucasus, and the White Sea ... it goes without saying that in Crimea this is the Second World War - no less !!! And according to the composition of the attack - All the same - a united Europe ....

    And the fact that they were restored is wonderful both for history and for tourism!
  4. Zubr
    Zubr 24 October 2017 12: 32 New
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    Quote: Nasr
    Why was the Crimean War so named? .... The battles took place in the Baltic, the Far East, the Caucasus, and the White Sea ... it goes without saying that in Crimea this is the Second World War - no less !!! And according to the composition of the attack - All the same - a united Europe ....


    Now the film has released the documentary "Zero World." On YouTube in the public domain. A very good movie. I recommend everyone to see.
    1. Nasrat
      Nasrat 24 October 2017 15: 03 New
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      Thank. looked already.
  5. oldzek
    oldzek 24 October 2017 12: 38 New
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    extremely happy for Sevastopol! BUT che.voz. when will they do the same with Kronshlot and the other forts of Kronstadt?
  6. Holsten
    Holsten 24 October 2017 13: 25 New
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    In childhood, being in Sevastopol, I licked at the Konstantinovsky battery - I would have looked. Only 50 years have passed ... and please, admire.
  7. etrofimov
    etrofimov 24 October 2017 14: 22 New
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    Why was this money not spent on restoring at least something from the fortress belt of Kronstadt? Everything is in ruin! Nobody does anything! All Sevastopol, Sevastopol ...
    1. Nasrat
      Nasrat 24 October 2017 14: 55 New
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      Quote: etrofimov
      Why was this money not spent on restoring at least something from the fortress belt of Kronstadt? Everything is in ruin! Nobody does anything! All Sevastopol, Sevastopol ...


      Everything went into the arena !!! wassat
      1. etrofimov
        etrofimov 24 October 2017 14: 58 New
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        So in Crimea it was found on the bridge ...
        1. Nasrat
          Nasrat 24 October 2017 14: 59 New
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          Not as much ... as in the arena .... the bridge will be cheaper for a campaign wassat
          Peter is a cultural capital - there are culturally wrecking women !!! bully

          But we are not in the central outback of Russia and a hundredth of what is in St. Petersburg .... wink
          1. etrofimov
            etrofimov 24 October 2017 15: 03 New
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            Arena - 48 billion rubles
            Bridge-227,92 billion rubles
            The bridge comes out a bit more expensive :)
            The money from that bridge would be enough for restoration and museumification where all the forts of Kronstadt are expedient!
            1. Nasrat
              Nasrat 24 October 2017 15: 06 New
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              Contact Vova, collect signatures. Where is the urban community? No initiative - no recovery! Wait further!


              1. etrofimov
                etrofimov 24 October 2017 15: 08 New
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                Something I strongly doubt that the signatures were collected on this issue, rather some adviser from close circle whispered, they say it is necessary to update the scene for the parades in Sevastopol! Voila, updated!
                1. Nasrat
                  Nasrat 24 October 2017 15: 10 New
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                  Quote: etrofimov

                  The money from that bridge would be enough for restoration and museumification where all the forts of Kronstadt are expedient!


                  I think that money from the Arena would be enough ... wink You look, on tourism we would have beaten off the arena, albeit not so, but more modestly ..

                  I doubt that such a grandiose arena was needed in St. Petersburg.
                  1. etrofimov
                    etrofimov 24 October 2017 15: 12 New
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                    For me, Peter didn’t need this arena at all! If only in her our Nezhlob plant and send to Mars, as on a flying saucer!
                    1. Nasrat
                      Nasrat 24 October 2017 15: 14 New
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                      But what needs to be restored is definitely FOR.
                      In Vladivostok, too, try to restore what can still be .. hi
                      1. etrofimov
                        etrofimov 24 October 2017 15: 19 New
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                        This is Yes! But you need to clearly understand where the chicken is and where the egg is: the forts of Kronstadt are the oldest for the eighteenth century Sevastopol is the nineteenth, and the fortifications of Vladivostok are for the twentieth century!
                      2. Nasrat
                        Nasrat 24 October 2017 15: 26 New
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                        One hell, the military left everywhere in the hungry 90s ...
          2. etrofimov
            etrofimov 24 October 2017 15: 16 New
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            Squeezing everywhere is good, the bigger the budget, the more they squeeze, respectively, when building a bridge everything will be even cooler with babos!
            1. Nasrat
              Nasrat 24 October 2017 15: 18 New
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              Quote: etrofimov
              Squeezing everywhere is good, the bigger the budget, the more they squeeze, respectively, when building a bridge everything will be even cooler with babos!

              How to build - voice, how much is stolen! laughing Such a tradition (East, Arena ..)! ... good
        2. lazy
          lazy 24 October 2017 16: 25 New
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          Well, in St. Petersburg, too, the money was found
          1. etrofimov
            etrofimov 25 October 2017 10: 21 New
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            Well, we will not compare the St. Petersburg spending entirely with the megabyte of the obese Maskvabad !: Renovations, "My Street", huge surcharges to teachers, doctors and even janitors from budgets of different levels! On the top ten and a half new metro stations per year ....
            Let money for historical things, especially naval ones, be practically not allocated, but I don’t think I need to tumble everything that is possible in Crimea and Sevastopol. Yes, and the southern mentality, characteristic of the inhabitants of southern Russia, I do not like, the bargaining is completely obsessed with impenetrable arrogance and rudeness!
    2. Tur76
      Tur76 25 October 2017 09: 49 New
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      and 48 billion to the Zenith arena ?! Yes, they didn’t spend so much on the whole Crimea, now they’re in the queue
      1. etrofimov
        etrofimov 25 October 2017 10: 39 New
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        Peter: Arena - 48 billion rubles
        Crimea: Bridge-227,92 billion rubles, plus:
        In 2014, Russia allocated 140 billion rubles for the Crimea. This amount went as free.
        In 2015, 250 billion rubles
        In 2016, 270 billion rubles

        Apparently we spent more and continue to spend ...

        Russia joyfully continues the tradition of plundering native Russian regions (primarily the non-black soil and the north of the European part when pumping money into national outskirts and political projects (for example, Crimea). History has repeatedly demonstrated the stupidity of such a policy of “Freezing Money.” National outskirts at the first opportunity from Russia they will secede, at best squeezing out the Russian population, and at worst physically destroying it. This has already happened and, unfortunately, there may be more ...
  8. Achtaba1970
    Achtaba1970 24 October 2017 17: 46 New
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    So the bridge is a strategic object, and the arena is sports and cultural
    1. etrofimov
      etrofimov 25 October 2017 10: 43 New
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      Bridge- The object is political and tourist (in wartime it will not live even half an hour).
      The stadium is a political-entertaining object (you will get spectacles, but you’ll get some bread yourself ...)
      For me, neither a stadium nor a bridge was needed, it would be better to put in order the historical part of St. Petersburg and its suburbs, and built 40-50 metro stations in St. Petersburg, we really need these stations!
      1. lazy
        lazy 27 October 2017 08: 23 New
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        and St. Petersburg ring how much money was spent on it, to complete the dam? cable-stayed bridge. No, I do not mind all this is necessary. but do not cry that everything in the Crimea and they forgot about you. maybe less than in Moscow, but also drive well.
        1. etrofimov
          etrofimov 27 October 2017 10: 30 New
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          As I already wrote, it is unnecessary to drive anything in, we transfer the regions to self-sufficiency, excluding the withdrawal of money to the center with the subsequent distribution by Moscow boyars. Only the sums necessary for the fulfillment of national functions should go to the center from the regions: defense, lawmaking (reducing authority and giving part of the power to the regions), foreign policy, macro regulation of the economy. And that’s all!
          Each region will begin to live on the same earned money, and it turns out that due to the robbed non-black soil, for example, national suburbs are subsidized.
          Then there will be nothing to share, just have to work. This is annoying, from the beginning you will be robbed of money, then they will throw something from the shoulder of the master’s that Maskvabad did not fit.
  9. Protos
    Protos 25 October 2017 01: 04 New
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    Quote: MoJloT
    Dear what kind of nonsense, what gene war ??? It did not exist in nature, does not exist and will not exist. The ability of the military to conduct military operations is not based on genes, but on organization, economic power, political structure, social orientation ...
    As for the museum, I’ll get to Sevak.

    Is "Sevaka" a venous disease or your dog’s nickname ??
    My city has a name given to him at the birth of Catherine the Great - SEVASTOPOL am
  10. Tur76
    Tur76 25 October 2017 09: 40 New
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    Wow! Must visit !!
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  14. Protos
    Protos 25 October 2017 22: 57 New
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    Quote: etrofimov
    Bridge- The object is political and tourist (in wartime it will not live even half an hour).
    The stadium is a political-entertaining object (you will get spectacles, but you’ll get some bread yourself ...)
    For me, neither a stadium nor a bridge was needed, it would be better to put in order the historical part of St. Petersburg and its suburbs, and built 40-50 metro stations in St. Petersburg, we really need these stations!

    Will live no more than your hometown lol
    Already, the bridge is covered by C-300PS (ukrBU, restored in the Crimean SC "Almaz-Antey") and Shell C1
    1. etrofimov
      etrofimov 26 October 2017 11: 16 New
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      It makes sense to build a bridge for tourists, which will never pay off and will be like the WHSD in St. Petersburg to suck money from the budget for surcharges to concession merchants? I am generally opposed to subsidizing regions in principle! Who earned something, then lives on. At the same time, robbery on tax extraction from the regions also needs to be stopped! Personal income tax, corporate income tax, excise taxes, VAT - leave everything in the regions! To the federals, all customs duties, fees from energy exporters, property tax for individuals and legal entities. Then everything will be fair!
      Regarding the air defense cover, this is also the case around St. Petersburg, but it’s not a panacea for the bridge, it’s on the water, it’s much harder to cover from the water, you can’t put a division of combat swimmers on each bridge. To destroy such an object, two well-trained army sabotage groups of swimmers are enough, plus cover and imitation forces to distract the guard ....
      Yes, and a group of hundreds of cruise missiles a regimental set of 300 or 400 will not completely intercept, unfortunately ...
      1. lazy
        lazy 27 October 2017 08: 27 New
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        so you are my friend a separatist, and united Russia is an empty phrase for you? all taxes in the regions and those whose ancestors did not build enterprises or tourist gems at the expense of the whole country (this is about St. Petersburg) - suck, is this not your problem?
        1. etrofimov
          etrofimov 27 October 2017 10: 45 New
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          For the period after 1917, Peter only kept the old industry, yes, everything that had been destroyed in the civilian was restored, but large plants in St. Petersburg were not built fundamentally! The issue was political throughout the time of the USSR. For 90 years, as elsewhere in Russia, plants in St. Petersburg have been destroyed less than completely.
          For information: in 1914, Petrograd (then) produced more than 50% of the engineering products of the Russian Empire, and in the post-war (1945+) years, the share fell already to 15-17%. What if not deindustrialization?
          United Russia is good, but it’s still impossible to smear the benefits with an even layer. Each region has its own geographical and climatic features. As Napoleon1 Bonaparte used to say, "Geography is a sentence." This applies to economics even in a larger sphere than military-political.
          Russia should definitely preserve itself as a single state, it gives huge economic, political and military benefits for its peoples, but this does not mean that the state-forming nation should turn into an eternal teril, due to which poorly educated and generally underdeveloped national outskirts, peppy guys with all of them they go to the truly Russian regions of the country and brazenly organize "Diasporas" in them, brazenly take everything into their own hands and the local Russian population slowly but surely turns into slaves and the second grade for these dzhigits. Are you for such a future for Russia, dear?
    2. etrofimov
      etrofimov 26 October 2017 11: 54 New
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      And yes, again: in the case of global kneading, the "partners" in St. Petersburg and near locations will not be using nuclear weapons, they need port and pipeline capacities to export all sorts of utility to themselves after the seizure of the territory.
  15. Protos
    Protos 25 October 2017 23: 00 New
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    Quote: etrofimov
    Bridge- The object is political and tourist (in wartime it will not live even half an hour).
    The stadium is a political-entertaining object (you will get spectacles, but you’ll get some bread yourself ...)
    For me, neither a stadium nor a bridge was needed, it would be better to put in order the historical part of St. Petersburg and its suburbs, and built 40-50 metro stations in St. Petersburg, we really need these stations!

    In Sevastopol, many batteries have been turned into museums by the forces and means of the citizens of the city!
    You got drunk there in Leningrad, give everything to you for free! laughing
    1. etrofimov
      etrofimov 26 October 2017 11: 23 New
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      YES, and we have enthusiasts, but enthusiasts can remove maximum debris from objects, but put up plates. Well, there is Fort Konstantin in Kronstadt, he “took the third park to his hands!” And that: yes, they’ve cleaned, a tenth of them have been museified, and the rest is a commercial yacht port with a hotel, girls of not heavy behavior. Plus various commercial reconstructions and exhibitions retro cars.
      In a word, nativity scene!
      About a freebie, it's quite the opposite, Petersburg is a donor region, Moscow pumped money out of it and continues to pump it out. And does she pump them where? Right in the Khachov autonomous republics and now Crimea with Sevastopol to the heap!
      1. lazy
        lazy 27 October 2017 08: 30 New
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        Radio Liberty and the voice of America also acted like you in every republic broadcasting what exactly this republic feeds, the training manual has not changed.
        1. etrofimov
          etrofimov 27 October 2017 10: 49 New
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          And here radio freedom, look online for data on donor regions and recipient regions, and everything will fall into place.
          And yes, watch less on state TV channels, as the doctor advises!
          1. lazy
            lazy 27 October 2017 17: 51 New
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            I do not look at non-state. and you do not listen to the echo of the matzo much and do not look at the rain. and I remembered freedom about radio because when the Union collapsed, the same rhetoric was. For the RSFSR that it feeds everyone, for Ukraine that it feeds everyone, etc. very much in tune with you.
            1. etrofimov
              etrofimov 27 October 2017 18: 15 New
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              I don’t listen to matzo’s ear, rain, jellyfish, fountain and other trash there. I work only with information received from the mouth of the people involved in the process and also with open statistics (yes, it is false, but there the trends are visible very well!). I personally observe the death of the remnants of the St. Petersburg industry and History. Sadness :(