Poland - Polish Aviation Museum Cracow - 1

Poland - Polish Aviation Museum Cracow
The
Polish Aviation Museum Cracow (Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego) is one of the best aircraft museums in Poland - and is also among the best in Europe. The museum has a large collection of aircrafts from the beginning of the history of military aviation until the the "Cold War" period. The aircrafts are mainly military aircrafts from the old Warsaw Pact area, but there are also many other aircrafts and gliders at the museum.        
  
Cracow

An Albatros B.II - one of the oldest aircrafts at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.

An Albatros B.II - one of the oldest aircrafts at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.
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A Russian built Ilyushin IL-28 at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.

A Russian built Ilyushin IL-28 at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.
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A part of the glider collection - above a Piper L-4A Grasshopper - at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.

a part of the glider collection - above a Piper L-4A Grasshopper - at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.
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A modern American built Lockheed F-16 Fighting Falcon at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.

A modern American built Lockheed F-16 Fighting Falcon at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.
(Not a part of the permanent exhibition)
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A vintage Curtiss Export Hawk II in a special 1936 Olympics paint  at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.

A vintage Curtiss Export Hawk II in a special 1936 Olympics paint  at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.
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A PZL M-15 agricultural aircraft from the 1960's at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.

A PZL M-15 agricultural aircraft from the 1960's at the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow.
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P
hoto: Marco Piccirilli  (Italy) - Summer 2009
 
Marco Piccirilli has given euro-t-guide.com permission
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