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Stalingrad Battle Package

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Stalingrad, the bloodiest & the fiercest battle of World War II

Volgograd: Motherland Calls Memorial

The battle of Stalingrad, the bloodiest and the longest stand off of World War II, lasted 
200 days and claimed 2 million lives. 

Stalingrad battle played a turning point for the Nazi Germany during World War II.


This industrial city - now called Volgograd - on the banks of the Volga River was where the most horrific and the bloodiest battle in history took place.

The horrors of World War II left painful and moving memories throughout this land.


Standing on the banks of the Volga, Stalingrad, as the city was known in Soviet times, was the dramatic scene of one of the fiercest and the most crucial Second World War battles.

The Soviet Army heroically turned back the Nazis advance here to alter the course of the war.

Visit the poignantly sobering Mamayev Kurgan (Mamayev Mound) War memorial, followed by an informative museum visit. 



Why & When Stalingrad changed its name -

In 1961, following the policy of deconstructing the cult of personality around Stalin,
 Stalingrad was renamed Volgograd.      

In 2013, in honor of the 70th anniversary celebrations, the city changed back to its old name.  



Volgograd, formerly Stalingrad, is a city in southwest Russia, on the western bank of the Volga River.

It was the site of WWII’s Battle of Stalingrad, commemorated by a huge statue, The Motherland Calls, part of the hilltop Mamayev Kurgan memorial complex.


The Panorama Museum has a 360-degree painting of the battle, as well as weapons and artifacts.  


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