The "Victory Train" arrived in Sirius

The "Victory Train" arrived in Sirius

The world's first immersive installation "Victory Train" is placed in a moving train. The exhibition tells about the events of the Great Patriotic War: living evidence of that time, which allows you to feel what the Soviet people had to go through for the sake of the Great Victory. Each carriage of the mobile museum is a history of the war years, historical facts that are brought together by a group of expert historians. The exhibition features 13 expositions and more than 150 exhibits. In addition, multimedia support has been thought out: 54 video projectors, 18 video walls, 12 touch tables, VR augmented reality glasses are installed in the cars. The train set off on a trip around the country in October 2020 from Moscow from the Belorussky railway station.

- To date, we have already crossed the whole country several times from Crimea to Vladivostok. We worked on the Black Sea and the Pacific Ocean. We crossed the Trans-Siberian Railway and worked at the Vostochny cosmodrome. We crossed the Baikal-Amur Mainline and worked in the northernmost city of our country, where the northern railways end in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the city of Labytnangi. The train will be in the federal territory of Sirius until March 7. To come to us, you need to register on the Victory Train website and come on an excursion at the appointed time," said Sergey Luksha, a representative of the organizing committee of the Victory Train project.
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