Pavlov's House (Russian: дом Павлова tr. Dom Pavlova) was a fortified apartment building which Red Army defenders held for 60 days against a heavy Wehrmacht offensive during the Battle of Stalingrad. The siege lasted from 27 September to 25 November 1942 and eventually the Soviet forces managed to relieve it from the siege. It gained its popular name from Sergeant Yakov Pavlov, who commanded the platoon that seized the building and defended it during the long battle.
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Shows a few of the devastation Volgograd suffered in the WWII.
This is where you smell the history, where you see it vividly in your imagination. So nice that they kept it as a museum without touching it.
Look at Pavlov's House. Close your eyes and imagine how torn shells and whistling bullets. Are going to attack the Soviet soldiers. German soldiers also fight to the death. the house goes under the control of one or the other. what courage it takes to take every step. step towards death. I can't imagine that. maybe you can do it...
This relic serves as a reminder of the cost of war. Very awakening
Hey why don't they tear down that decrepit eye sore. You've been TRUMPED
A very good place