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Useful to know is that there is private parking place by the house. Friendly and helpful host too! Once again thank you Claus! I extremely recommend staying at Tina and Christian house.
They're very friendly, interesting with a lot of passion people. I hope I visit them ones more. Thanks for Your hospitality.
They are both very sympathic, open and friendly people. Due to a lot of traffic at the highway Christian even stood up longer to check us in.
They have a very nice house and live in a fairytale-like town. Experienced worldwide travellers as hosts know exactly what todays traveller need.
Flexibility, advice, cleanliness and peace. Very nice separate guest room. Very clean, everything was available what you need. The hosts are very friendly and have welcomed us warmly.
Can we recommend unreservedly! Thanks for the great stay! The services, the order, the cleanliness, the friendliness of the host.
Located on the outskirts of the city, but the scenery is spectacular!!!! A great way to live cheap with sensational views.
Everything was very clean and nicely decorated. The purple room the description read! This room can only be lifted over the door!
Nevertheless, we liked it very well with Ina. Thank you for everything! A very nice place to stay in. Communication was very fast from the owner side.
The house is located on a hill top. The view from tje house is exquisite especially the sunset is breath taking.
The living space is neat and clean and very reasonable price. Will definetly like to stay here again when got the chance.
Lovely clean place with a well stocked kitchen. There were local information leaflets which we used and thoroughly enjoyed, as it makes a good base for the surrounding area.
Manuel was a very helpful host. Thank you for letting us use your place. Very quiet and peaceful. The house was great for our needs as a small group of friends who were exploring the area.
We were greeted warmly. They even drove us to a close restaurant! Wish we would have stayed longer. There were a lot of fun activities close by.
Very nice tastefully furnished accommodation. A lot of light and everything is thought of! Communicating with Manuel was easy and always extremely fast.
We'll be back soon! We went to visit the Christmas market in Strasbourg and we stay at Manuel's place! We really enjoyed the fire place!
And the house was very clean! Can only support all the positive reviews here there is nothing to complain about we will be back next year.
This was a great house to explore the black forest from and was close to everything we wanted to see. Manuel was also a great host who replied to all communication quickly.
He even put the fire on before we checked in so the house was warm on our arrival. Would definitley stay here again.
The place is well situated to explore hiking in the vicinity. The house is cozy, super clean and very comfortable with a well served kitchen.
Manuel is very hospitable , very responsive and had many suggestions for places to go to in the area. Totally recommend the place.
The accommodation at Sandra was very pleasant. Simple and small room, but very nicely decorated, that also applies to the entire house!
Contacting Sandra was super easy and very friendly, gladly again! Amazing and well kept place! With a car, it is very easy to access and get around black forest from here.
The town itself is quint and beautiful with good dining options. Sandra was a great host and made sure we had all the comforts. Unterkunft wie beschrieben, sehr sauber, freundlicher Empfang, gute Kommunikation, Zimmer in dem von der Familie genutzen Haus mit gemeinsam genutztem Bad - trotzdem diskret.
Mahamad was very nice and helpful. The location is quiet and not too far from downtown either. A nice place to stay.
A very nice comfortable apartment near the city center, a friendly host, a local supermarket "Netto" in 5 minutes walk, picturesque district, suits perfectly for a short stay.
We had flowers on the kitchen table upon arrival, the host treated us with dinner, gave some tips on which sights to see, and asked frequently if anything was needed.
Thanks very much once again! Quiet room close to the Festspielhaus and 10mins walk from the center. Mohammad is very accommodating and quickly respond to all questions prior to arrival.
Quiet room in an apartment ideally located in Baden-Baden. Possibility to park nearby. Mohammad was very flexible about our arrival time.
Mohammad was traveling while I stayed, so we never actually met. However, the apartment is clean and nice- overall I had a wonderful trip. The house is very clean and comfort.
The jacuzzi is great. I highly recommend it. Hopefully one day will come again. Very nice house and what about the private room with its spa.
A very friendly and welcoming couple and endearing. I highly recommend this place. Memorable stay at Anita and Remy! They are very likeable people.
Warm welcome, they were very helpful, available and attentive. We felt at home. The accommodation is modern and well equipped, everything is present to feel at home and at home.
Even before leaving, we are waiting for one thing is to return. Our best Airbnb experience! I recommend without hesitation!
We will gladly come back ;. Everything is done to make us feel comfortable. Anita and Remy are really very friendly, cheerful and welcoming. They had small touches that made us very happy.
The house is modern and tastefully decorated. A whole wing of the house was reserved for us, with a nice bathroom, a dressing room, a cozy room, and a super jacuzzi with an infrared cabin.
Home inigualable, private apartment in his house stile. This charming couple takes care of its guests with a warm welcome, and small details that we really appreciated.
The house is very clean and very well decorated with a very modern style: We enjoyed the compagine of his animals, but if you do not like them, do not worry because you will not see them.
The cake on the cake: The only downside is that at the end of the weekend we had to leave them. Beautiful modern house decorated with taste.
Lovely host couple, welcoming just a pleasure to share a moment with them. A very nice room at the top where we are immediately at ease, relaxing time guaranteed thanks to jaccuzi and sauna!!!!
We really recommend this address, moreover we will return. Cozy and roomy kitchen, great food in the restaurant.
Bus connection to city center and train station. Kaufland supermarket in vicinity. Nyu Hung is always friendly and helpful.
Hung was extremely fast and ran smoothly. All rooms were very clean and exactly as described. This room is not far from the train station, it's easy to get out by bus.
It is an independent room in a house roommate whose DRC is his restaurant. The neighbors are "very" charming Franziska is a very attentive hostess and nice uncomplicated.
The apartment is tastefully decorated and quiet. Our next trip to the south takes us - if free - back to Franziska. I just needed a place for a stopover, so hardly used everything that was there, but yes, also longer stays will probably be just fine.
Kitchen, bathroom, sitting arrangements. Very nice, newly renovated apartment! Has everything you need and even more!
Were well taken care of and felt well! It was perfect for two nights! The apartment is good and modern equipped and clean.
We received the key through a key vault. With Franziska we had only written contact, who was always friendly.
We would like to come back again on our next visit. Franziska is a very helpful and friendly hostess, the apartment is modern and equipped with everything you need.
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Places to stay in Sinzheim. Charming studioflat with own entrance and big terrace in a villa built in the s. Beautifully located on the sunny "Annaberg" in Baden-Baden with wide view towards the old castle of town.
Ten minutes walk to center: Our "mini-apartment" is an ensuite room with kitchenette. We are located on an excellent spot: Coming out of the room you are directly within the parklike garden that offers a wide view towards the castle "Altes Schloss Hohenbaden" and the famous "Battertfelsen".
In the garden you can find seats and benches where you are welcome to rest. Especially the large sun terrace with roses and lavender is appreciated by our guests.
This is also the place to meet on a glass of wine during evenings in summer and to watch the fabulous sunset over the Black Forest.
Inside it is pleasantly cool even at hot days. You are completely autonomous with a separate entrance. The room is fully furnished and perfect for two "French bed": You are hosted where tourists are passing by in little sight-seeing vehicles to visit the highlights of Baden-Baden.
From our door to the shops in the city centre it is barely 1 Kilometer less then 0,4 miles. But also other attraction are a mere footwalk away: The location is so close to everything that you can leave your car for your entire stay, if you like insiders like to place their car nearby since there are few parking opportunities in the center.
The shortest way downtown is through a stairway nearby. Enjoy your time in Baden-Baden by hiking through the impressive nature, with a bath in the famous thermal springs of Caracalla, with a visit in the golf club, Festspielhaus and the casino or by just relaxing in the beautiful garden between roses and rhododendrons.
Miniapartment in elegant villa. Ground floor apartment with bathroom and kitchen, located in a very peaceful residential area surrounded by vineyards.
The kitchen is fully equipped with all cutlery, crockery, pots and pans and includes microwave and toaster.
Towels and bedlinen are provided. If you like we serve breakfast Extra Charge. We are always available to answer questions and help you before and during your stay.
Supermarket, bakeries, pharmacies, post Office are all in walking distance. Bus stop is just a few steps away. Bus takes you directly to the city center of Baden-Baden.
It is a 20 min. Only a few steps away is a beautiful public outdoor swimming pool. Bed and breakfast in a baroque gem, one of the oldest buildings in Baden-Baden.
Built and restored in , the owners have carefully restored the majestic Tudor building to preserve it's his very own character and charms.
The entire house has a fairy-tale-atmosphere. You will stay in an active art studio. The thick rubble stone walls and antique doors give it the atmosphere of a castle room.
The soot-blackened ceiling was kept natural in the restoration. Zehnthaus is situated in the medieval town of Steinbach 7,5 km from the center of Baden-Baden, in the vineland.
A perfect site for walks and hiking with the Black Forrest in sight. Several Restaurants, pharmacy and super-market only minutes to walk. Baden-Baden downtown is about 7,5 km away.
In a fairy tale: Comfortably decorated, centrally located and with amazing views at the Black forest. It is conviently close to restaurants, shopping, theater shopping, museums, bars, public transport 2 min to walk and outdoor.
The main bedroom has a comfortable queen size bed and a wardrobe and the 2nd small bedroom has 2 single beds. The living has a couch which can be extended to a double bed suitable for an adult or 2 small kids, TV and a dining table with seating for 4.
All rooms have their own lockables doors. The open plan kitchenette with stove and microwave has all the equipment needed to cook small meals.
Coffee, spices and oil are provided. Bathroom with shower and washing machine. The windows are new and isolated which provide you the silence to an restful sleep.
Towels, bedsheets and a hairdryer are provided. The apartment is a 50 sqm converted attic Anyone over six feet tall needs to mind their head and is on the on the 3rd floor and there is no elevator.
Senyu - 2 bedroom city center. Wir laden Sie herzlich ein unsere gemütliche Wohnung zu besuchen. Es ist ein komplett neu eingerichtete Wohnung bestehend aus einer Küche mit Essbereich und einer Schlafcouch für 2 Personen, sowie einem Schlafzimmer mit Doppelbett.
Die Wohnung besitzt einen separaten Eingang. Den Gästen stehen alle Räume aus der Wohnung zur Verfügung.
Many Thanks Dominik T The 65 sqm, sunny guest apartment for 4 persons plus toddler is located in the Rhine Valley, between the Black Forest and the Vosges.
It is conveniently located on the A5 motorway between Karlsruhe and Freiburg. It consists of a living-dining room, a fully equipped kitchen, with an infection hearth, oven, microwave, sink, refrigerator with freezer, water cooker, toaster and nespresso machine.
The living room has 2 leather sofas, table and TV, as well as a reading corner with rocking chair. For the younger guests we offer a games corner, high chair and children's dishes.
The bathroom has a bath and separate shower with fresh towels. Shampoo and shower gel as well as hair dryer are available.
There are 2 separate bedrooms with a x meter double bed with TV and a x meter twin bed. Both rooms are equipped with wardrobes.
The apartment has its own outdoor terrace with a bench. There is a washing machine and clothes dryer. Furthermore, there are doctors and hairdresser, bank, post office and gardens and a swimming pool.
It is amazing at this price! Sunny apartment between Karlsruhe and Freiburg A5. Traveling and learning is the new concept of our Academy. Learn how to save energy and protect the environment.
If you like you can have singing lessons or you learn new aspects about German or European history. Anyway, a trip to Ottenhöfen is worthwhile.
The beauty and the surroundings can give a lot of energy. Our small village is a bit the forgotten world, where you can find old fashion little markets and fresh selfmade food.
Not just travel, but learn how to enjoy real natural life. Very simple spaces with double beds or couches. The academy is an open space.
We have many furniture intead of walls. Everything is in the style of old fashion typical German or Black Forest style. The academy is in the middle of a nice valley as part of a beautiful village surrounded by mountains and forests.
Our neighbor Theo sells fresh fruits and vegetables. His neighbor Helmut sells fresh bread in a littel bakery. We have a parc with a water area and a little kiosk.
Small holiday apartment in Baden-Baden: With own parking position for our guests the apartment is suitable for two adults several restaurants, a bakery and a supermarket nearby Leisure facilities in Alsace and in the Black forest around.
The house was built in and inhabited for the first time in January, Cosy holiday apartment near festival house. It gained its name from Sergeant Yakov Pavlov, who commanded the platoon that seized the building and defended it during the long battle.
This museum is devoted to the battle of Stalingrad and is established in the former field headquarters of General Feldmarschall Friedrich Paulus, commander of the German 6th Army.
It owns many documents, photographs and maps related to this battle. On both sides of the Alley of the Heroes are the names of all the heroes of the Soviet Union and the recipients of all three types of "Order of the Glory of Volgograd".
We can also find the names of heroes of the Soviet Union, who were rewarded for heroism in the Battle of Stalingrad.
The Chateau was chosen as it was far enough from the sea to be safe, whilst the radio communications in the area were good.
In the Chateau park Nazis built bunkers, that were finished in , when Pignerolle became an official command center. All communications with U-Boats in the Atlantic were routed from Berlin through the Pignerolle command and communications center.
Nowadays the chateau is also a museum of communication. Later the bunker was the eyes of a major coastal battery. The museum display tells a story of the sinking of the Lancastria, the Saint-Nazaire raid and the Atlantic Wall.
You can also climb into the upper tier of the observation bunker using an original metal ladder. On March 28, , the British troops attacked the heavily defended dry dock at Saint Nazaire.
Saint-Nazaire was targeted because the loss of its dry dock would force any large German warship to return to home waters via a different route, rather than having a port available on the Atlantic coast.
With the attack, they also protected Allied naval convoys that were vital for the United Kingdom. The fallen soldiers are buried at the Escoublac-La-Baule cemetery.
The cemetery that begun with the burial of 17 British soldiers during , is now the place of rest for Commonwealth soldiers, that were killed in the line of duty during the II.
The Atlantic Wall was an extensive system of coastal defense and fortifications built by Nazi Germany along the coast of continental Europe as a defense against an anticipated Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied during II.
The manning and operation of the Atlantic Wall was administratively overseen by the German Army, with some support from Luftwaffe ground forces.
The German Navy maintained a separate coastal defense network, organized into a number of sea defense zones. World War the port of Saint Nazaire was strategically important.
Because the Germans build here one of the largest fortified U-boat pen. The U-boat base was built between and The construction of the base required more than , cubic meters of concrete.
The part of the U-boat base were also army workshops, which were later destroyed. During the Battle of France, in World War II, Saumur was the site of the Battle of Saumur where the town and south bank of the Loire were defended by the teenage cadets of the cavalry school for the Honor of France.
In the town was a target bombing raids by Allied planes. In Tank Museum, the aim was to gather everything tank related, whether French or foreign and being of historical, technological and educational interest.
The collection includes mementos from the "Father of the French Tank" and from Major Bossut, one of the first officers to be killed in action whilst commanding a Tank Unit.
Battle of Ortona Museum shows photos of the battle, arms, uniforms and different arm artifacts. The Battle of Ortona was a battle fought between a battalion of German Fallschirmjäger, paratroops from the German 1st Parachute Division, and assaulting Canadian troops from the Canadian 1st Infantry Division.
It was the culmination of the fighting on the Adriatic front in Italy. The battle, known to those who fought it as the "Italian Stalingrad" for the deadliness of its close-quarters combat.
Museum has a collection of army gear and uniforms of a Swiss and foreign army forces, from the time of the II. World War and the Cold War. In addition of many tanks and cannons in the museum, there is also the entire collection of the former arms manufacturer Oerlikon.
Fort Reuenthal is a 20th century Swiss fortification located near the Swiss border with Germany.
Built between and , the fort overlooks the Rhine where it bends around the town of Full-Reuenthal. It is armed with two artillery blocks for 75mm guns and two machine gun blocks.
It was a component of the Swiss Border Line of defenses intended to prevent a crossing of the Rhine at the hydroelectric plant at Dogern.
The fort was part of the Swiss Border Line defenses. The contemporary witness of Swiss military history. Construction of the fortifications in Crestawald was started in September , and by the huge artillery guns were ready for action.
For a long time, the bunkers were kept under the strictest of secrecy. With the restructuring of the army, the artillery fortresses near the state borders were decommissioned.
In the secrecy was lifted and the fortress was turned into a public museum by the Verein Festungsmuseum Crestawald.
The Toblerone line is a 10 km 6 miles long defensive line made of dragon's teeth that were built during the II. These lines of defensive blocks can be found all over Switzerland, but more predominantly in border areas.
Their purpose was to stop tank invasions. Since the line has been left to nature since its construction, it was decided to keep these concrete blocks and to make a hiking trail along their route.
The line was built along twelve fortresses, the most well known being the "Villa Rose" in Gland, which was transformed into a museum and opened to the public in The first section is dedicated to the period of the I World War, the involvement of Czech and Slovak people in the war, and the political and military events that resulted in the constitution of the independent Czechoslovak Republic.
The second section is dedicated to the Czechoslovak republic and its armed forces between the world wars, and the third section maps the period of the II.
World War, and the involvement of the Czech and Slovak people in the military operations, home resistance and other events aimed at restoring the independence of Czechoslovakia.
In addition to weapons, the exhibitions show many unique uniforms, banners, marks of distinction, and also personal memorabilia of the Czechoslovak presidents and leading army representatives.
The Operation Anthropoid Memorial is a memorial in Prague that commemorates Operation Anthropoid, the code name refers to the assassination of senior Nazi official Reinhard Heydrich by Czechoslovakian partisans on 27 May It lasted for almost six months.
As the bulk of the Red Army involved in the Belgrade operation continued their offensive in Hungary, the Yugoslav Army, accustomed to guerrilla warfare in the mountainous terrain of the Dinaric Alps, remained to fight the entrenched front line heavily contested by the Axis on the flat ground of the Pannonian plain.
Young men from Vojvodina and Central Serbia, many from freshly liberated regions, were drafted en masse and sent to the front, and the amount of training they received and their casualty levels remain in dispute.
Although mostly stationary, the front moved several times, generally westward, as the Axis forces were pushed back. In late March and early April , Yugoslav Army units mounted a general offensive on all fronts.
The Belgrade Military Museum is intended on the military history of Serbia, since Antiquity until the civil war in A large number of tanks, armored vehicles, and artillery, they are all a part of outside exhibition.
The Museum of Aviation was founded in in Belgrade. It is located adjacent to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, with 6.
It owns over aircraft previously operated by the Yugoslav Air Force, Serbian Air Force, and others, as well as aircraft previously flown by several civil airliners and private flying clubs.
The Military Museum collects, documents, preserves, studies, examines and presents museum material related to the life and work of the Slovenian army.
The Museum portrays different historical periods that shaped the present image of Slovenia, its inhabitants, and army.
It also monitors and documents the Slovenian army development. Collections include museum objects, archive and library material, visual artworks, videothequeunit, and photographs.
With this document the II. World War ended for the Slovenians. A memorial room that represents partial German capitulation of the army troop E and German forces in southeast Europe.
It was signed by General Aleksander Löhr. You can see a short film about the events occurring in these parts in May Behind the glass wall is a reconstruction of the signing of capitulation that was one of the most important events on our territory during the II.
One of the main curiosities of the collection is also a gun of general Löhr that was confiscated only a few days after the signing.
Teharje camp was a prison camp near Teharje, Slovenia, during the II. World War, organized by Nazi Germany and used after the war by the Partisans.
In , Nazi forces built a military camp for approximately people in Teharje, including six residential barracks and ten other buildings.
Towards the end of the war, Nazis used the camp to hold prisoners that had participated in the defense of the city Celje, and the camp was abandoned for a short time after the war.
The camp was reactivated by the Yugoslav communists at the end of May to accommodate former members of the Slovene Home Guard and others that had collaborated with the Germans, as well as civilians that had fled before the advancing Yugoslav People's Army to Allied camps in Austrian Carinthia.
On 31 May , the entire 2nd Assault Battalion headed by Vuk Rupnik was brought to Teharje, the battalion was known by the name Rupnik's battalion.
In the first days of June , approximately 3. It is estimated that the postwar authorities executed approximately 5.
World War ended in Europe. Memorial with a tomb in which are buried the mortal remains of those who fell.
The memorial was built in memory Partisans, who fell in a battle for Suha Krajina. Around the monument are the public announcements of the executions of some people who were condemned to death by the German forces.
The memorial as well pays tribute for foreigners, who fought in Slovene National Liberation Struggle. The memorial was built and is a work of Marjana Tepine.
Large spherical bronze memorial where are photos of a group of people. Rupnik Line named after the Slovene general in the Yugoslav army, Leon Rupnik, was a line of fortifications and weapons installations that Yugoslavia constructed along its terrestrial western and northern border.
The construction of the line was a safety measure taken in order to counter the construction of Alpine Wall, a line built by the bordering country Italy, as well as against imposing danger of a German invasion.
Yugoslavia's Rupnik line was inspired by various other fortification systems built along borders. It was established to provide good positions to enforce the existing border, as well as to repel a potential invasion.
Although there were troops manning the fortifications at its peak, the line was never used to full potential, as it was largely unprepared and abandoned by the time Yugoslavia was invaded in April by Italy, Germany, and Hungary.
The Trail of Remembrance and Comradeship also referred to as the Trail Along the Wire, is a gravel-paved recreational and memorial walkway almost 33 km 21 mi long and 4 m 13 ft wide around the city of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.
The walkway leads past Koseze Pond and across the Golovec Hill. World War, the Province of Ljubljana, annexed by Fascist Italy, was subjected to brutal repression after the emergence of resistance and the Italian forces erected a barbed wire fence around Ljubljana in order to prevent communication between the city's underground Liberation Front activists in Ljubljana and the Slovene Partisans in the surrounding countryside.
The trail was built since and it was completed in It is marked by signposts, information boards with the map of the trail, plaques, and metal markers, as well as signposts at the turn-offs.
One hundred and two octagonal memorial stones have been installed at the former positions of the bunkers. Along the green area adjacent to it, 7.
Since , it has been protected as a designed nature monument. The battlefield of Pohorje Battalion is located at "Three Nails", 30 minutes on a footpath from Osankarica home.
At "Three Nails" there is a main local and municipal monument from the National Liberation Struggle when on this spot fell whole Pohorje Battalion.
The Osankarica home has a museum collection in its extension, an exhibition named "Partisan Pohorje". Special attention is paid to the last standby fighters of the Pohorje Battalion at Osankarica on 8 January After fighting overwhelmingly superior German forces for two and a half hours, 69 fighters, including women, lost their lives.
Only one partisan was captured alive by the Germans and he was later shot as a hostage. The Pohorje Battalion became a legend in the resistance of the Slovenes against the occupation.
The Park of Military History in Pivka, Slovenia, is a museum and adventure center, which is located in a former Italian barracks.
An exhibition is composed of tanks and artillery collection. It also includes the Italian fortress on Rapallo border.
The mighty Katzenstein Castle in the middle of the settlement served as a Gestapo prison during the time of Nazi occupation.
A part of the former prison cells in the extension of the castle has been converted into a memorial museum, nearby in a park, near village Draga, there is a mass grave of hostages.
The Museum of National Liberation of Maribor has been functioning as an autonomous museum since It is a historical museum dealing primarily with museological and historiographical analyses of the recent history of the North-Eastern parts of Slovenia.
The new collection will present the major turning points of the 20th century — I. World War, Independence War, lives of local inhabitants, the misery of simple people whose lives, though residing in the same city, were totally different from those of the wealthier classes.
The Lokev Military Museum represents the biggest private collection this sort in Europe. All the artifacts are unique.
One of the few instances has a special place a sword with a gold handle, such as Adolf Hitler giving its officers for special merits.
It is preserved only 11 such swords. Also one of the rarest artifacts is a child's gas mask and a soap from the Dachau concentration camp.
The Museum of Contemporary History in Slovenia is a national museum, dedicated to heritage of contemporary history from the start of the 20th century until today.
The museum's collections from the I. World War, collections from an era between the wars, an era of communism and about the liberated country of Slovenia.
World War here was the first Assembly of the emissaries of the Slovene nation in the building, from 1 till 4 October They were the first directly elected representation of an occupied nation in Europe during II.
The assembly was the largest political gathering during the national liberation war and with its declarative rather that constitutional meaning it is an important cornerstone in the development of the national liberation fight on Slovene territory.
The collection is exhibited in a hall and it means a unique show of historical events. He was one of the most important actors of National Liberation Struggle.
After his death he became a national hero, there is a song to honor him, a lot of elementary schools are named after him, also the barracks was named in his honor: The Barracks of Franc Rozman - Stane.
This battle was the first direct confrontation between the two. Fighting both numerically and equipment-wise vastly superior Germans the Partisan Cankar Battalion numbering combatants suffered eight casualties throughout the entire battle.
German forces suffered 26 casualties according to German documents. After three days of fighting, the Partisans were forced to leave the village.
After the battle, the Partisans were pursued and killed by the Germans. It was also highly praised after Slovenia declared independence and introduced democracy.
A museum collection is on display in the cellar of the Dravograd municipal building, depicting the horrors of the Gestapo based in Dravograd during II.
The imprisoned partisans, their associates, and supporters, as well as mere suspects, were brutally tortured there, and some even died as a result.
The survivors were shot as hostages in nearby forests or transported to concentration camps. Several houses and farm buildings were burnt down in the Dravograd area, with the locals killed or burnt alive.
Partisan techniques were secret printeries, that reproduced partisan journal. In the year , they start working in Gorenjska region.
They print, radio reports, leaflets with slogans, flyers and other propaganda material. The Partisan press played an important role in the fight against occupation.
It encouraged the population to join forces of the National Liberation Struggle. The exhibition covers the time from the first organized proletarian activity before II.
World War to the liberation of Novo mesto on 8 May , with the main focus on the activities during the war, the National Liberation Struggle in this part of Slovenia.
An extra feature of the exhibition is photo albums and the memorial hall with the names of almost 3. The venue of the exhibition is one of the few museum buildings that were built specifically for that purpose in Slovenia after II.
The exhibition shows moments of despair when people are leaving their homes, their stay in the German concentration camps and happy returns to the home village.
A number of documents, letters, postcards, maps and some items that are used by people in exile, are on display.
Also, the museum has a memorial book of testimonies of those who survived the horrors of the German concentration camps.
Also, it displays collected works that describe the happenings during II. The covert partisan hospital complex comprised six units and was being built on the western Pohorje Hills from April until the end of the war by Dr.
Around wounded people were treated in the hospital units. Despite German strongholds in the valley and numerous field searches, the occupation forces never found the hospital units.
The Jesen Partisan Hospital is the only renovated partisan hospital on the eastern Pohorje. In the second half of October , they started to build the hospital, that is how the hospital got the name Jesen, which means Autumn.
The first wounded were taken care on the 6. The transfer of the wounded to the hospital was very tough because they have to take the victims over long distances and cover the tracks so that the enemy would not find them.
The hospital has preserved documents showing that 25 wounded were treated there. According to the statements of the medical team, there were many more patients.
At the end of May , they left the hospital and the wounded were transferred to a military hospital in the Maribor Gosposvetska road. World War hospital at the Dolenji Novaki near Cerkno.
It was run by the Slovene Partisans from December until the end of the war as part of a broadly organized resistance movement against the Fascist and Nazi occupying forces.
Built in difficult and rugged terrain in the remote Pasica Gorge. The hospital was located deep inside German-occupied Europe, only a few hours from Austria and the central parts of the Third Reich.
German military activity was frequent in the general region throughout the operation of the hospital. The hospital's entrance was hidden in the forest, and the hospital could only be reached by bridges.
The bridges could be retracted if the enemy was in the vicinity. In order to preserve the secrecy necessary for a clandestine hospital to operate, the patients were blindfolded during transportation to the facility.
The hospital was named after its manager and physician, Franja Bojc Bidovec, who began working there in February Extremely well equipped for a clandestine partisan operation, the hospital remained intact until the end of the war.
It was designed to provide treatment to as many as patients at a time. Most of its patients were wounded anti-Nazi resistance fighters, who could not go to regular hospitals because they would be arrested.
Among its patients were many nationalities, including one wounded German enemy soldier who, after being treated, remained in the hospital as a member of the hospital staff.
The hospital operated until 5 May It became a part of the Cerkno Museum in The collection recalls important events in the first half of the 20th century.
At the turn of the century, though economic conditions forced thousands of Bela Krajina people to emigrate in different countries, most of them in the United States of America.
In former Yugoslavia, Bela Krajina was only slowly picking from backwardness. On the outbreak of II. World War Bela Krajina fell into the Italian occupation zone.
After the capitulation of Italy in , the area between the Kolpa river and Gorjanci mountains became a free partisan territory, this was a unique phenomenon, not only in the II.
World War, but also in the entire history of warfare. Near a village Dolenjske Toplice between karst doline and densely planted pine trees, the National Liberation Movement hid the partisan hospitals, printer shops, and workshops.
The town Hunkovce is located near the main road across the Dukla Pass. It has a German II. World War cemetery, the place of the last rest for more than 3, German soldiers who died between It is dedicated in honor the deaths of Russian soldiers during the Battle of Dukla in autumn The Observation Tower was built on the altitude in the original place as the commander's observation post of General Ludvik Svoboda celebrating the 30th anniversary of Carpathian-Dukla Operation.
It is 49 m high and was built on the site of an original wooden observation tower. Today a peaceful rural area on the Slovak-Polish border, the Dukla Mountain Pass witnessed one of the biggest and most bloody battles of II.
Three months after the Allies landed in Normandy, on the other side of Europe burst a frantic battle between the Soviet Red Army supported by the Czechoslovak Corps and the defending German and Hungarian forces fortified in the Carpathian Mountains on the Slovak-Polish border.
In a small town of Svidnik, there is an open-air museum. Here you will touch and see war machines, cannons, and vehicles, with most interesting exhibits being the Soviet Katyusha rocket launcher, the tank T 34, the German armored carrier D-7, the soviet infantry mortar M and the soviet transport airplane.
The Valley of Death is located in the Dukla Pass just outside the village of Svidnik in the northeastern corner of Slovakia. In this valley several tanks and other remains from one of the great tank battles of II.
World War, the Battle of the Dukla Pass, can still be seen. Some of the tanks are left almost where they stopped during the battle, while other have been turned into monuments.
Most of the tanks are Russian model T This small but extremely moving museum commemorates perhaps the most harrowing period of the city's history, the day Blockade of Leningrad which lasted from 8 September to 17 January For two-and-a-half years, the citizens of Leningrad suffered chronic privations and constant bombardment.
Although the precarious Road of Life brought supplies across the ice of Lake Ladoga in the winter months, the food was woefully short, fuel was scarce in winter, and in summer the dire state of sanitation spread disease at epidemic levels.
In all, over Their sacrifice and the extraordinary endurance of the survivors is etched on the conscience of the city, a source of immense pride and profound sorrow.
The museum consists of open-air and indoor permanent exhibitions of many famous tanks and armored vehicles.
It is also known to house and display many unique and one-of-a-kind military vehicles, such as the Nazi German Panzer VIII Maus super-heavy tank, the Troyanov heavy tank and a Karl-Gerät heavy self-propelled artillery, amongst other single or limited-production prototypes from the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany.
To commemorate the heroic efforts of the residents of Leningrad and the soldiers on the Leningrad Front to the repel the Nazis in the day Siege of Leningrad during II.
Leningrad was never occupied by Germans. The Road of Life was the ice road winter transport route across the frozen Lake Ladoga, which provided the only access to the besieged city of Leningrad now St.
The siege lasted from 8 September to 27 January Over one million citizens of Leningrad died from starvation, stress, exposure and bombardments.
In addition to transporting thousands of tons of munitions and food supplies each year, the Road of Life also served as the primary evacuation route for the millions of Soviets trapped within the starving city.
The road today forms part of the World Heritage Site. Red Square is a city square in Moscow, Russia. The square itself is around meters 1, feet long and 70 meters feet wide, It separates the Kremlin, the former royal citadel and currently the official residence of the President of Russia, from a historic merchant quarter known as Kitai-gorod.
During the Soviet era, Red Square maintained its significance, becoming a focal point for the new state. Besides being the official address of the Soviet government, it was renowned as a showcase for military parades from onward.
Lenin's Mausoleum would from onward be a part of the square complex, and also as the grandstand for important dignitaries in all national celebrations.
In the s, Kazan Cathedral and Iverskaya Chapel with the Resurrection Gates were demolished to make room for heavy military vehicles driving through the square.
The buildings surrounding the Square are all significant in some respect. Nearby is a memorial for all fallen soldiers during the II. World War with an eternal flame, along the wall of the Kremlin, are ceramic cubes filled with the soil of Soviet cities Heroes.
Central Naval Museum is a naval museum in St. During the three centuries of its existence, the museum has collected more than There are over The museum has one of the world's richest collections of model ships, about 2, models, covering the history of Russian and foreign military shipbuilding.
The memorial complex was opened on 9 May Petersburg were buried in mass graves. Near the entrance, an eternal flame is located.
A marble plate affirms that from 4 September to 22 January The museum features exhibits and memorials concerning II. In the center of the museum is the Hall of Glory, a white marble room which features the names of over A large bronze sculpture, the "Soldier of Victory," stands in the center of this hall.
The upper floors feature numerous exhibits about the war, including dioramas depicting major battles, photographs of wartime activities, weapons and munitions, uniforms, awards, newsreels, letters from the battlefront, and model aircraft.
In addition, the museum maintains an electronic "memory book" which attempts to record the name and fate of every Russian soldier who died in II.
The museum is set in Victory Park, a 2,hectare park on Poklonnaya Hill. The park features a large, paved plaza, fountains, and open space where military vehicles, cannons, and other apparatus from II.
World War are displayed. Over its history the museum has managed to accumulate the most prominent and important military relics of the Soviet period, creating a record of its military past.
In total, more than seven hundred thousand individual exhibits are now stored at the museum. The most valuable are displayed in the 25 halls of the main building.
The period of the Russian Civil War includes a photocopy of the original decree outlining the creation of the RKKA which includes Lenin's corrections; a banner of the th infantry regiment into which Lenin was officially conscripted; weapons, documents, awards and personal belongings of famous Red Army men.
The most prized display is that dedicated to the Great Patriotic War, which includes the Victory Banner as well as all of the front banners and the captured Nazi ones that were used during the Victory Parade in There are examples of Soviet propaganda posters depicting Germany being crushed between the two fronts and maps of the Allied advance from Normandy into Germany.
British and American small arms and uniforms are displayed. The last halls display the post-war and modern developments of the Soviet Army and Navy, the Cold War section contains wreckage from the U-2 spy-plane that was piloted by Gary Powers and the involvement of Soviet forces in Cold War conflicts.
A special display is dedicated to the Soviet involvement in Afghanistan and recent combat operations in Chechnya.
It is located in the immediate vicinity of the site of the former villages Troparevo-Nikulino, where was in October-November a defensive line of the Moscow volunteer division.
The main goal is to reenact the battle of Moscow as an intense historical event through the perception the ones involves and victims.
It shows their sacrifice and heroic actions. Artillery Museum is a state-owned military museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Its collections, consisting of Russian military equipment, uniforms, and decorations, are hosted in the Kronverk of the Peter and Paul Fortress situated on the right bank of the Neva near Alexander Park.
Mayakovskaya is a Moscow Metro station. Considered to be one of the most beautiful in the system, it is a fine example of pre-II.
World War Stalinist Architecture and one of the most famous Metro stations in the world. Located 33 meters beneath the surface, the station became famous during II.
World War when an air raid shelter was located in the station. On the anniversary of the October Revolution, on 7 November , Joseph Stalin addressed a mass assembly of party leaders and ordinary Muscovites in the central hall of the station.
World War, Stalin took residence in this place. Aurora is a Russian protected cruiser, currently preserved as a museum ship in St.
World War, the guns were taken from the ship and used in the land defense of Leningrad. The ship herself was docked in Oranienbaum port and was repeatedly shelled and bombed.
On 30 September , she was damaged and sunk in the harbor. In she became a museum ship. It is the best known of the kremlins, Russian citadels and includes five palaces, four cathedrals, and the enclosing Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers.
Also within this complex is the Grand Kremlin Palace. The complex serves as the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. The Soviet government moved from Petrograd to Moscow on 12 March Vladimir Lenin selected the Kremlin Senate as his residence.
Joseph Stalin also had his personal rooms in the Kremlin. He was eager to remove all the "relics of the tsarist regime" from his headquarters.
Golden eagles on the towers were replaced by shining Kremlin stars, while the wall near Lenin's Mausoleum was turned into the Kremlin Wall Necropolis.
From three entrance doors, only one serves as an entrance for visitors. With its chronological rundown of how the country defended itself through the history from country's beginning until today.
The museum shows us the most important battles for independents and freedom in Romanian history. It includes army documents, trophies and a great collection of firearms, including artillery, tanks, and air crafts.
Primarily dealing with the history of Jews in Poland. The institute is a repository of documentary materials relating to the Jewish historical presence in Poland.
It is also a center for academic research, study and the dissemination of knowledge about the history and culture of Polish Jewry.
The most valuable part of the collection is the Warsaw Ghetto Archive, known as the Ringelblum Archive. It contains about 6.
Other important collections concerning II. World War include testimonies mainly of Jewish survivors of the Holocaust , memoirs and diaries, documentation of the Joint and Jewish Self-Help, and documents from the Jewish Councils.
The section on the documentation of Jewish historical sites holds about 40 thousand photographs concerning Jewish life and culture in Poland.
Pawiak was a prison built in in Warsaw, Poland. The Pawiak prison got the name after aa street named Pawia, which in polish means "Peacock Street".
Following the German invasion of Poland in it was turned into a German Gestapo prison, and then part of the Nazi extermination camp system.
On August 21 an unknown number of remaining prisoners were shot and the buildings burned and blown up by the Nazis.
The shelter was built by the Germans in as an anti-aircraft shelter for civilians. Shelter is 5 floor deep. Its ferroconcrete walls are 3 meters thick, a ceiling is 2,80 meters thick.
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Also a pool bar is very different times. Despite or because of the Spa thus has more adventure than recreational character.
Because it is not easy to find a place where after a sauna session really peace. Most of the deck surfaces located in the great Hall.
And there is always a certain noise level. Who wants to go so just download, get elsewhere for less money.
It's always, what awaits the guest. Nice pools, hammams, saunas including the largest in Europe.
Possibility to eat on the spot. We are regular saunas and visited the spa on March 18, We felt the price-performance ratio as insufficient.
The very high price of admission is in our opinion disproportionate to the quite clear sauna area. The visitors were faced with infusions lookup.
Showers there in the sauna area definitely too few. Commercial for this on every corner, alcohol we also in the pool offered for sale.
There are similar sauna landscapes in other bathrooms for much cheaper admission. We have paid for 5 hours: To still drink from the guest robe Empire came, bringing your own drinks are not allowed.
There's nothing quite like this in the USA. If you've never experienced German spa culture before, it is a must visit experience, especially the sauna Aufguss and the mineral pools.
For the best experience, plan on spending a whole day here. Great spa to enjoy your whole day there. You have several theme pool, a pool bar to hang out with a few cocktails and an outside area where you can relax in the dark.
Totally recommended for everyone. Good accessible from the Autobahn. Smoking area inside available. We don't have an aggressive fan-base like some other clubs.
It's all a very peaceful, nice friendly mood. It's not a hostile stadium where people are trying to rip your head off, it's more like a friendly fanbase with people who enjoy football.
One thing which has caught the eye is their huge video screen at their training ground. It is used both for showing the squad videos of their upcoming opponents - and for stopping training to give live feedback to the players.
It's easier for them to adapt to the things we want to teach them with live feedback. It's a different feeling to get feedback after training.
The stuff we prepare to show them after the training session is essential too. Both go hand in hand. Whether it's raining, snowing or sunny - you can see the screen from everywhere.
I think there are other teams who are trying to go in this direction too. I don't know of any club using the big wall yet.
It's good for us to teach them in a way they like and do as usual in their free-time. Hoffenheim also use the Footbonaut - a room to practise passing, with a machine which fires the ball to you and you have to place it in a certain area which is lit up.
Our training centre is magnificent, we have everything from recovery to training to this area where you can train your view on the pitch.
We are quite lucky to have these possibilities. That won't make you win games. We have to run and work hard - the technology will help you with some percentages but not everything.
Pfannenstiel says Hoffenheim have never had a bigger game than their match against City. But he draws strength from the fact they have beaten Bayern Munich at home in each of the past two seasons.
Now the game against Manchester City is even topping it. We don't have much to lose. Everyone sees them as the big favourites. But the whole world saw them as big favourites against Lyon and Lyon hurt them really badly even at City's ground [with a win].
In the long term, we don't want this to be a one-off. We are comfortable in our role as outsiders - and Man City are the big favourites.
We have strong players. There's no point parking the bus - you need to be cheeky and try to press and hurt them.
He knows this stadium and what to expect. With our qualities, we have more than a possibility to take those points. I'm sure the rest of the players think this is a dream come true.
We'll keep on going and hopefully we can take it to another level - by going to the knockout stage. Get latest scores and headlines sent straight to your phone, sign-up to our newsletter and learn where to find us on online.
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