The largest 3D-panorama in the country
• The largest 3D-panorama in the country
In St. Petersburg, will open the nation's largest three-dimensional view, dedicated to the Great Patriotic War.
The various three-dimensional diorama containing original articles of war - planes, tanks and artillery in its original size, allow visitors to walk through scenes of the Second World War, in the literal sense. (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):
It is a diorama? This strip-like, curved semicircular tableau with front substantive plan (construction, real and fake items).
The scene showing the beginning of the war and the invasion of the Germans in Belarus in 1941. (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):
Halls dedicated to life in the rear and at the front, cover an area of two thousand square meters!
Fleeing from the war. (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):
A scene from the Battle of Stalingrad. (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):
The struggle in the trenches. (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):
The road through the war "about the events of the Great Patriotic War is planned to open in the" Sevkabel Port "in St. Petersburg in September. (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):
The workers of the Tula arms factory. (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):
Scene "Crossing of the Dnieper." (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):
The way the viewer will begin with a peaceful location where the events unfold before the war. Then they will see the battle for the Caucasus, the battle of Stalingrad, the crossing of the Dnieper, and refugees, fled from Belarus, and working on the shop floor workers. (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):
The creators did not disregard the capture of German soldiers. Guests will also see one of the most famous images of the era - a banner on the roof of the Reichstag. (Photo by Anatoly Maltsev):