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KUBINKA SHOSSE, KUBINKA, MOSCOW OBLAST, RUSSIA



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Latitude, Longitude: 55.546407 , 36.69734
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Kantemirovskaya Tank Division Headquarters, Kubinka Shosse

There is a small display of tanks at the entrance to the HQ of the famous Kantemirovskaya Tank Division. This is about 15km from Kubinka on the road from Kubinka to Naro-Fominsk. The tanks are displayed on a combined plinth to the right of the gatehouse.

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2146
Latitude, Longitude:55.546407, 36.69734
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252) T-34-85M Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 665
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Other Identification: Turret number “100” and Guards insignia.


253) IS-3M Tank Soviet


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Unique ID: 666
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Other Identification: Turret number “200” and Guards insignia.


254) ISU-152 Assault Gun Soviet


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Unique ID: 667
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Other Identification: Number “300” and Guards insignia on superstructure sides.

This ISU-152 is unusual in having a square section glacis rather than the more common rounded front.