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Location Category ID: 16420
Address: Highway 137/Szosa Rzepińska, Kunowice
Opening Times: Accessible at any time
Official Website:
Other Links: GeoCaching
Latitude, Longitude: 52.3525 , 14.6362
Location Accuracy: 9
Tanks Previously Here:

With Prussia, Kunowice became part of the German Empire in 1871 during the unification of Germany. It was conquered by the Red Army during the Vistula–Oder Offensive in February 1945 and, since the implementation of the Oder-Neisse line by the 1945 Potsdam Agreement, Kunowice has been part of Poland. (Source: Wikipedia).
Originally this place was the village cemetery. To fence the monument parts from the Jewish cemetery in Slubice were used. After the battle in 1945, in memory of the fallen soldiers, an ISU-152 self-propelled gun was set up as a memorial. It was replaced by a T-34 in the 1990s. On a plaque are listed the names of the Soviet soldiers that died in the battle of Kunersdorf on 3 February 1945. (Source: GeoCaching).

1) T-34-85 Tank Soviet / Polish

Number of Photos: 5
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Unique ID: 2259
Serial Number: 195 (turret): “195” cast into rear left turret side.
Other Identification: “487” painted on turret sides.

This T-34 is displayed on a small plinth in a fenced enclosure beside the cemetery. In front of it is a large black plaque commemorating the Soviet soldiers.