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• The oldest museum in the world, founded on the battle fields. • The place of the decisive battle with Napoleon Army in 1812. • The place of savage fights with fascist forces in 1941. • The territory of 110 square kilometers in the unique cultural...more
We happened to visit on the Saturday before the Sunday reenactment of the battle at Borodino Field during the Patriotic war of 1812. The grounds were filled with reenactment participants, horses, cannons, vendors, food stands, and visitors. The reenactment takes place on the first Sunday...More
We were here with my friends, it was a rainy day, so not too many visitors, which is good. The whole complex is not that big, but you will need some 3-4 hours if you would like to see everything carefully. It is amazing how...More
This is an interesting little museum. It is not large but packed full of information. I went during the recreation of the battle and the biggest downside was that they put the price up especially for this and guides would push you out of the...More
Not as impressive as Borodino museum in Moscow but probably more "authantic".
The battlefield where the French trrops defeated the Russian army is rather intact even if some WWII bunkers can be spotted here and there. Worth spending a day although the trip from Moscow...More