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The project of Russian and Belarusian railroad workers is timed to coincide with the 80th anniversary of the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, and this year the exposition in one of the carriages was dedicated to the feat of the soldiers of the Brest Fortress. Watch the video of how the squad was met in Minsk

The creators of the traveling exhibition promise such an effect of presence, which is not found in any stationary museum about the Great Patriotic War. The Victory Train literally plunges the visitor into the events of that time. A route is a transition from one carriage to another. The years before the start of the war – the Great Patriotic War – and the long-awaited Victory.

Nine of the 12 cars are for display. Instead of windows, there are screens with video footage from the chronicle of the war years. And the feeling that you see a real picture outside the window. Throughout the route, visitors are accompanied by an audio guide, according to Sputnik Belarus.

“The project is immersive, it is unique in that the visitor finds himself inside the exhibition. And he can touch objects. Listening to the audio story of the typist Lydia is a collective image created on the basis of the stories of real women who worked on the railway during the war years,” says the team coordinator “Nevsky battle-painter” Margarita Popova.

To achieve the effect of presence, the creators of the exhibition used sound effects, numerous projectors and high-definition screens. Theater light, holograms, presence detectors, photo wallpaper. And hundreds more figures. And almost all of them have real prototypes. They created sculptures based on photographs of the war years. Household items and props also add realism. For example, a weapon of that time, a soldier’s uniform.

“I just don’t have words. I believe that there is no need for lectures about the war. You need to bring young people here so that they can just watch. War in nature. Whoever has not heard about the war, he will understand everything here,” the veteran of the Great Patriotic War is convinced war Ivan Sinelshchikov.

History of the “Victory Train”

The Victory Train project is social. More than 90 thousand people have already become acquainted with this exposition in Russian cities alone. According to the Belarusian Railways, about 15 thousand people will be able to see the unique exhibition in Belarus. True, only by invitation cards, the Victory Train caused a very strong excitement.

The exhibition will stay in Minsk at the railway station for three days. After the train will go to Orsha, where it will stay from June 14 to June 15, on June 16-17 it will be seen by residents of Vitebsk, after the train will stop in Polotsk, and on June 19-20 it will be available for residents of Grodno. Brest will take a special place on the route from June 21 to June 24, Gomel residents will be able to visit the museum on June 25-26, and the display of the exposition will end in Mogilev on June 27-28.

On the website of the trainpobedy.rf project, you can evaluate the exposition online.

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