From Steamboat to Nuclear Powered Ship Opened in Kronstadt

July 25, 2021 (Google Translation) – Within the framework of the ceremonial acceptance of the second stage of the Museum and Historical Park “Island of Forts”, the opening of the historical site “From a steamboat to a nuclear-powered ship” took place.

The second stage of the historical park contains new sites; a historical zone has been created here, telling about the technical and technological development of the Russian fleet.

“It is becoming a good tradition for guests and residents of St. Petersburg to meet here in Kronstadt on the Day of the Navy. Today we are launching the second stage of the Museum and Historical Park” Island of Forts. “During the work, the project has confirmed its historical and cultural significance for the guests and residents of the city, “said First Deputy Defense Minister Ruslan Tsalikov at the opening of the complex.

Currently, the design of the Museum of Naval Glory is underway together with the congress and exhibition center for holding maritime salons, a lyceum for 550 seats, residential areas “Central” and “On the Naberezhnaya”, a grand hotel and a business hotel, as well as a technical and economic substantiation of the planning composition of the yacht marina and survey work.

In the summer of 2020, the Alley of Heroes of the Russian Fleet was opened in the “Island of Forts” tourist and recreational cluster as part of the first stage of the “Island of Forts” Museum and Historical Park. For the design of the alley, 11 themes from the history of the Russian Navy were formulated and the names of the heroes of the fleet were given, who were chosen by voting on the Internet.

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