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Location Category ID: 16210
Address: Skansen Uzbrojenia Wojska Polskiego, Oddział Muzeum Karkonoskiego W Jeleniej Górze, Instytucja Samorządu Województwa Dolnośląskiego, ul. Sudecka 83, 58-500 Jelenia Góra
Telephone: 075 642 92 22
Email: biuro [at] (Replace [at] with @)
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Official Website: Skansen Uzbrojenia Wojska Polskiego
Muzeum Karkonoskie
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Latitude, Longitude: 50.890067 , 15.751283
Location Accuracy: 9
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The Skansen Uzbrojenia Wojska Polskiego (Heritage Park of the Polish Army) is a branch of the Muzeum Karkonoskiego W Jeleniej Górze (Karkonosze Mountains Museum of Jelenia Góra). The beginning of the exhibition can be traced back to the 1970s when in Cieplice Śląskie a Military Memory Chamber was created by ZBOWID (The Union of Fighters for Freedom and Democracy). The first place where the historic artefacts were collected and kept was a building at 8 Staromiejska Street, which belonged to the Education Department of the Town Council Office in Cieplice Śląskie. In the yard adjoining the building, pieces of heavy armament had been collected (amongst others, a T-34-85 tank, missile launcher BM 13 “Katyusha”, anti-aircraft and anti-tank guns), a total of 19 exhibits that form the core of the present exhibition. In August 1979, the Museum of Armed Struggle and Work was established, which was a branch of the Regional Museum in Jelenia Góra, where historic artefacts of military technology were exhibited. The shortage of exhibition space, good guarding facilities and fencing in the yard in Staromiejska Street caused substantial damage to the exhibits. That caused the exhibition to be moved in 1985 to new, previously prepared grounds adjoining Military Unit 2773 (later the 18th Karkonosze Mountains Anti-aircraft Regiment) in Swierczewskiego Street (now Sudecka Street) in Jelenia Góra. In October 2001, a new branch of Muzeum Karkonoskie was created to take care of the existing exhibition, and to enlarge the collection. (Source: Skansen Uzbrojenia Wojska Polskiego).

Display Park

Location ID:16212
Latitude, Longitude:50.890067, 15.751283
Location Accuracy:9

1) 2P25M1 Kub Mobile SAM System Soviet

Number of Photos: 4
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Unique ID: 2247
Serial Number:
Registration: “UBS.?7??” painted on front plate.
Other Identification: “3710” and Polish diamond insignia painted on hull sides. Painted overall in a green, brown and yellow camouflage scheme.

This 2P25M1 was manufactured in 1974 and transferred from CSSP Koszalin in 2005 (source: SUWP). CSSP is the Centrum Szkolenia Sił Powietrznych (Air Force Training Centre).

2) T-34-85 Tank Soviet / Polish

Number of Photos: 3
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Unique ID: 2246
Serial Number:
Other Identification: “2002” and Polish Eagle markings painted on turret sides.

This T-34 was manufactured in the early 1950s. It in good preservation order; some engine parts and some battlefield tank elements have been removed. (Source: SUWP). It is presumed to be of Polish manufacture.