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On December 15, the museum complex “Memory Road” opened its doors to everyone. According to the decree of the Governor of the Moscow Region, from December 14, 2020, it is allowed to resume visits by citizens to museums, reserve museums and palace and park museums.

Visitors and staff of the museum complex must observe all necessary precautions. On weekdays “Memory Road” will work every day except Monday from 10.00 to 19.00, and on weekends from 09.00 to 21.00.

During its operation, the museum complex “Memory Road” was visited by more than 600 thousand people, about 100 events were held. Among them: the festival “Spasskaya Tower”, “Festival of Fireworks”, the days of the Airborne Forces, Logistics Service, Ground Forces and many others. On the memorable dates of November 7 and December 5, military-historical reconstructions of the battles near Moscow in 1941 were organized. Such events will become regular.

The museum houses historical exhibits from the Great Patriotic War, including photographs, documents, awards, weapons, personal belongings of soldiers and officers from the storerooms of the Central Museum.

The central place is occupied by the unique multimedia gallery “Memory Road”. As part of its exposition, a single information array was created with data on all participants in the Great Patriotic War.

The grandiose project brought together more than 30 million photographs of front-line soldiers and workers of defense enterprises, partisans and residents of besieged Leningrad, employees of cultural institutions, war correspondents and other participants in the Great Patriotic War, all those who selflessly fought and worked against Nazi Germany, bringing Victory closer.

Thanks to modern technology, visitors are immersed in the atmosphere of the significant stages of the war. The main task of the “Roads of Memory” museum complex is to immortalize the names of soldiers, officers, home front workers, partisans, and everyone who participated in the Great Patriotic War. Everyone can find in the database of the museum their relative who fought for the Motherland. 174 pedestals with 15,000 earth cartridges from the burial places of soldiers from more than 44 countries are installed along the museum’s galleries.

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