Siege of Leningrad: 900 heroic days
“Men wage wars for money and principle, but they fight wars for their women and their land.” G.D. Roberts
This tour takes place in the Museum of History of St. Petersburg that inherited most of the collections of the original Siege Museum which was shut down during the infamous Leningrad mock trial. Learn about “the longest siege in modern history” and “the Troy of the 20th century”. When hitlerite hordes crossed the Soviet border on June 22nd 1941, Leningrad had a population of about 3, 2 million people. By January 1944, less than 550 thousand were left in the city…
This tour doesn’t run regularly, it is available by prior arrangement only.
To make such an arrangement you can write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone +7 921 989 47 22 (10.00 am – 6.00 pm) or book the tour with the help of the form here below.
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3000 rubles for a group of up to 5 people plus 600 rubles for every extra person.
Museum cover charge of 100 rubles adults/ 60 rubles students is to be paid separately.