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Soviet propeller, manufactured in 1956, from Voroshilov, a Kirov class cruiser. Since 1974 displayed at the Museum of Heroic Defense and Liberation of Sevastopol on Sapun Mountain in Sevastopol. Its weight is 14.408 tons and diameter is 4.46 meters. DE: Schiffspropeller, Kreuzer Woroschilow, Sewastopol, Museum der heldenhaften Verteidigung und Befreiung Sewastopols
Date 15 August 2007
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Author Cmapm


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