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Specialists of the Military Construction Complex of the Russian Ministry of Defense have started the second stage of a large-scale reconstruction of the museum of fortifications with an underground harbor for submarines in Balaklava Bay in the city of Sevastopol in the Republic of Crimea.

Military builders have begun the reconstruction of the dry dock, which, after completion of the work, will house a Project 633 submarine provided by the Russian Navy. It was for the shelter and maintenance of such submarines that the “Object 825” was created in the middle of the last century.

The dry dock is a reinforced concrete basin approximately 100 meters long, separated from the water area of ​​the sea channel by a small bathoport. The volume of its underwater part exceeds 8 thousand cubic meters.

Currently, military specialists are performing a complete cleaning and processing of the dock, which has stood in sea water for more than 50 years, strengthen the walls of the chamber, equip new foundations and mounts for the installation of the submarine.

Earlier, by May 9 of this year, the forces of the Russian Ministry of Defense completed the first stage of the restoration of the unique historical museum complex.

Military builders have recreated and reconstructed all the main clusters, developed a new concept for the functioning of the funds, and created its volumetric map. Previously, they only consisted of wall banners, stands and showcases with exhibits.

The atmosphere of an authentic anti-nuclear underground shelter of the 20th century is complemented by modern multimedia technologies, lighting, sound and decoration solutions, as well as original installations using authentic exhibits and artifacts.

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