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Location Category ID: 16425
Address: Świebodzińska, 66-218 Lubrza
Opening Times: Accessible at any time
Official Website:
Other Links: – Lubrza
Latitude, Longitude: 52.307617 , 15.440733
Location Accuracy: 9
Tanks Previously Here: 1: SU-76M Self-Propelled Gun - Muzeum Wojska Polskiego, Powiśle, Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland (Dates unknown)

In the centre of Placu Wdzięczności (Thanksgiving Square) in Lubrza is a war memorial consisting of flagpoles and a PT-76 tank on a plinth. It commemorates a battle in 1945; in this place were buried Soviet soldiers who fell in battle against the German occupying forces. Their remains were later transferred to a military cemetery in Cynince. Originally there was an SU-76 on the plinth but this was donated to the Muzeum Wojska Polskiego in Warsaw. It was first replaced by a 76mm towed gun, before the gun was itself replaced by the current vehicle following the intervention of local residents. (Source:, Wakacje).

1) PT-76B Amphibious Light Tank Soviet

Number of Photos: 4
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Unique ID: 2261
Serial Number:
Other Identification: Painted overall in a green and brown camouflage scheme (previously overall green).

This PT-76 is displayed on a high stone plinth. The plinth is currently brick red, but used to be painted in a camouflage scheme of brown and dark green patches on light green.