Finland - Artillery Museum - 3


The Artillery Museum at
Hämeenlinna is a museum dedicated to the artillery forces in Finland. The museum includes a very large collection of canons, guns, mortars, surface- to-surface rockets, machineguns etc.. The museum is located close to the Fortress of Hämeenlinna and the Tank Museum at Parola.
 
Hämeenlinna 

A horse-drawn canon displayed at the in-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.

A horse-drawn canon displayed at the in-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.
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One of the many vintage canons displayed at the in-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.

One of the many vintage canons displayed at the in-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.
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One of the artillery tractors displayed at the out-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.

One of the artillery tractors displayed at the out-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.
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Some of the classic canons displayed at the out-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.

Some of the classic canons displayed at the out-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.
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A surface-to-surface missile displayed at the out-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.

A surface-to-surface missile displayed at the out-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.
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A World War II Russian built half-traced vehicle displayed at the out-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.

A World War II Russian built half-traced vehicle displayed at the out-door exhibition at the Artillery Museum at Hämeenlinna.
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