6 Sights in Novohrad-Volynskyi Urban Hromada, Ukraine (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Novohrad-Volynskyi Urban Hromada, Ukraine. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Novohrad-Volynskyi Urban Hromada, Ukraine.

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1. Т-44 (башта)

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The T-44 is a medium tank first developed and produced near the end of World War II by the Soviet Union. It was the successor to the T-34, offering an improved ride and cross-country performance, along with much greater armor. Designed to be equipped with an 85 mm main gun, by the time it was fully tested the T-34 had also moved to this weapon. Both tanks offered similar performance, so introducing the T-44 was not considered as important as increasing T-34 production. Fewer than 2,000 T-44s were built, compared to about 58,000 T-34s. Although the T-44 was available by the end of the war, it was not used in any battle. It was 1 ton lighter than the T-34-85 and slightly faster. The T-44 was heavily influential on the design of the T-54/55 main battle tank, most notably the removal of side sloping, thick frontal armor, and a low profile. Also notable was the T-44-100, a 100 mm D-10T-armed prototype, which would be the same 100 mm gun mounted on the T-54/55, bar some minor changes.

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2. Т-54

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T-54-Soviet average tank. Adopted by the Soviet Army of the USSR Armed Forces in 1946, was mass -produced since 1947, constantly modernizing. Since 1958, its modification called T-55, adapted for hostilities in the conditions of the use of nuclear weapons, has been produced. In 1961-1967, it was mainly replaced by the T-62 tank in the production of the USSR Armed Forces, created on its base, but at the OZTM, the production of the T-55 continued until 1979. Also in a number of countries the T-54 itself was produced or its modernized or adapted options for local conditions.

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3. ЗіС-3

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ЗіС-3 Не вказано машиночитабельного автора. Припускаємо, що автором є LostArtilleryman~commonswiki (на основі заяви про авторські права). / Public domain

ZIS-3-76 mm Divisional gun. Chief Designer - VM Grabin. The development of the cannon was started in May 1941. Adopted on February 12, 1942, with the official name "76-mm Divisional Garmata of the Sample 1942" and came into the army in several modifications. ZIS-3-the world's first gun to gather on the conveyor and the most massive gun of the German-Soviet War-in the period from 1942 to 1945 103 thousand units were released. She got the unofficial name "Weapon of Victory". According to some information, it is still in service with a number of countries.

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4. 2С1 «Гвоздика»

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The 2S1 Gvozdika is a Soviet self-propelled howitzer based on the MT-LBu multi-purpose chassis, mounting a 122 mm 2A18 howitzer. "2S1" is its GRAU designation. An alternative Russian designation is SAU-122 but in the Russian Army it is commonly known as Gvozdika. The 2S1 is fully amphibious with very little preparation, and once afloat is propelled by its tracks. A variety of track widths are available to allow the 2S1 to operate in snow or swamp conditions. It is NBC protected and has infrared night-vision capability.

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5. МАЗ-537

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The MAZ-537 is a 12-cylinder diesel engine-powered military truck artillery tractor, originally designed for loads up to 50 tons with later versions providing a maximum load of 65 tons. It was manufactured by the Minsk Automobile Plant and the Kurgan Wheel Tractor Plant from 1963 until halt of production in 1990.

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6. ЗіС-2

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Chiss-2 57 mm anti-tank gun. The main designer is in. Grabin city. The development began in May 1940, and in early 1941, zis-2 guns were used in weapons, officially named "1941 Sample 57 mm Anti-tank Gun".

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