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 Military Museum Piešťany - Slovakia - Vojenské historické múzeum
The Military Museum in Piešťany has a large collection of tanks, aircrafts, helicopters, missile launchers and other military vehicles that have been used by the Czech/Slovakian armed force and other Warsaw pact forces. The collection includes aircraft from World War I until today, as well as tanks and armoured vehicles from the same period. The museum is located just ˝ hours drive from Bratislava.     
 
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A Mil Mi-8 Hind helicopter with a special radar-jamming antenna displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.

A Mil Mi-8 Hind helicopter with a special radar-jamming antenna displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.
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A Russian World War II SU-100 tank displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.

A Russian World War II SU-100 tank displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.
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Some of the many military aircrafts displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.

Some of the many military aircrafts displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.
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Some of the many classic armoured vehicles displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.

Some of the many classic armoured vehicles displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.
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Some of the missile and radar systems displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.

Some of the missile and radar systems displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.
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A Czech OT-810 version of the classic German SdKfz 251 World War II half-track displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.

A Czech OT-810 version of the classic German SdKfz 251 World War II half-track displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany.
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