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Muzeum Ziemi Sochaczewskiej i Pola Bitwy nad Bzura, Sochaczew, Sochaczewski, Mazowieckie, Poland

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Location Category ID: 16095
Added to Database: July 2008
Last Edited: 8 April 2012
Address: Plac Kościuszki 2, 96-500 Sochaczew
Telephone: (0-46) 862-33-09
Email: muzeum [at] e-sochaczew.pl (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times:
Official Website: Muzeum Ziemi Sochaczewskiej i Pola Bitwy nad Bzurą
Other Links: Wikipedia.pl
Latitude, Longitude: 52.23055 , 20.237183
Location Accuracy: 9
Tanks Previously Here: Short term:
1: TKS Tankette - Muzeum Wojska Polskiego, Powiśle, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland (Not the museum but Bzura Battle re-enactment 2005)
2: TKS Tankette - Kopczynskiego Collection, Łódź, Łódzka, Łódzkie, Poland (Not the museum but Bzura Battle re-enactment 2005)


The Muzeum Ziemi Sochaczewskiej i Pola Bitwy nad Bzurą (Museum of Sochaczew and the Battle of Bzura) has a permanent exhibition on ‘The Battlefield of 1939-1945” and an open-air exhibition of large equipment in its courtyard. The museum conducts research on the history of Sochaczew, collecting artefacts, archives and documentation. In addition, the museum organizes regular temporary exhibitions covering Polish art (painting, sculpture, handicrafts), Polish ethnography and broader subjects.
The idea of the museum was born in the 1970s by members of the Association of Friends of the Sochaczew Museum. In 1972 they began a campaign of collecting historical memorabilia. The first exhibition based on the stored collections was held in 1973 in the town hall. This gave rise to the creation of the Sochaczew Museum, which received the status of a National Museum in January 1977.

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May 2009

Museum building, photo by przykuta
1: Museum building, photo by przykuta

Taken: 1 May 2009
Contributor: Wikimedia
Location Photo ID: 694
Added: 8 April 2012
Views: 146
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