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The Museum of Coastal Defence in Hel was established in buildings formerly occupied by the German Schleswig-Holstein 406 mm battery: the B2 gun emplacement and the range-finder tower. The Museum was opened to visitors on 1st May 2006. The aim of the museum is to show the military history of Hel and the Polish Navy. A number of thematic exhibitions show the heroism of the defence of Hel in 1939, and the development of the Polish Navy through history. The development of naval armaments and communications over the last fifty years is shown in detail.
The museum is dedicated to the memory of Zbigniew Przybyszewski - the commander of the peninsular battery named after H. Laskowski. He was the hero of the 32 days of the defence of Hel in the autumn of 1939. Aft
History, Museum of local history , Military , Rail , MaritimeAddress
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30 III - 30 IV 10:00 - 16:001 V - 31 V 10:00 - 17:001 VI - 30 VI 10:00 - 18:001 VII - 31 VIII 10:00 - 19:001 IX - 30 IX 10:00 - 17:001 X - 28 X 10:00 - 16:00from 29 X 2019r. - to 29 III 2020r.MUZEUM is CLOSED- it is a possibility to open for request:email@example.com groups more than 20 people.
Actual ticket prices: http://helmuzeum.pl/pl/zwiedzanie/ceny-biletow
Guided tour you must order at Jakub Zaniewski, tel. kom.: 517-477-865 firstname.lastname@example.org (also in English)Other
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