National Museum of Natural History – Washington, D.C.

This large natural museum was opened in 1910. Today it’s very popular worldwide. There are millions specimens of rocks, plants, historical artefact’s and more. Each of three floors has thematic exhibitions such as dinosaurs, ancient plants or structure of the Earth.
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The Thomas Jefferson Memorial – Washington, D.C.

Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States and he was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence (1776).  The Memorial by author John Russell Pope is located in the West Potomac Park. The building was completed in 1942 but the Jefferson bronze...
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Memorial and Historical Museum – Volgograd, Russia

In this small museum we can see uniforms, historical documents, firearms and housewares from Russian Civil War (1918 – 1922) and WWII.
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Stalingrad Battle Museum – Volgograd, Russia

This monument complex has large exhibition, including battle panoramas, uniforms, firearms and artillery. Also visitors can read historical documents and articles. Don’t forget about second and third floors. Outdoor exhibition includes tanks, IFV’s, artillery and...
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Mamayev Kurgan – Volgograd, Russia

This memorial complex was created as a memory of the heroes, who defended Stalingrad in WWII. The monument, called “The Motherland calls!” is known worldwide.
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