Audio tour

Audio tourReserve Capital

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  1. Audio tour Summary
  2. Audio tour Summary

    In days of the Great Patriotic War Kuibyshev (till 1935 and since 1991 – Samara), has received the status of the reserve capital. Here the government, embassies, enterprises and plants were evacuated. In the most difficult years the city became the center of the country.

  3. 1 THE EMBASSY OF NORWAY. HOUSE OF MERCHANT VASILYEV
  4. 2 THE HOUSE OF THE BRITISH AMBASSADOR
  5. 3 KUIBYSHEV SQUARE
  6. 4 THE DISTRICT OFFICERS’ CLUB (OFFICERS’ CLUB OF SAMARA GARRISON OF THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
  7. 5 CHAPAEV SQUARE
  8. 6 RESIDENTIAL HOUSE OF THE REGION ADMINISTRATION AND COMETTEE OF THE PARTY
  9. 7 THE OBJECT OF CUTURAL HERITAGE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION. THE GOVERNOR’S HOUSE
  10. 8 STALIN’S BUNKER
  11. 9 MILITARY AND HISTORICAL MUSEUM OF THE CENTRAL MILITARY DISTRICT
  12. 10 NAUMOV'S MANSION. SAMARA PALACE FOR CHILD AND YOUTH CREATIVITY
  13. 11 KLODT’S MANSION. CHILDREN’S MUNICIPAL ART GALLERY
  14. 12 THE MUSEUM OF ART NOUVEAU
  1. Audio tour Summary

    In days of the Great Patriotic War Kuibyshev (till 1935 and since 1991 – Samara), has received the status of the reserve capital. Here the government, embassies, enterprises and plants were evacuated. In the most difficult years the city became the center of the country.

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  • Erdem

    1 out of 5 rating 03-01-2019

    We literally begged him to let us in for 30min only as we had flight out of Samara on Saturday but this time he said another lie. He said that the lights were not working in the bunker. As we were about to leave the garden of the building he opened the door just to throw away his cigarette butt. I advise everyone not to visit this place unless you want to experience how the uniformed staff used to treat ordinary people in Soviet times.

  • Erdem

    1 out of 5 rating 03-01-2019

    We wanted to visit Stalin’s bunker today but an old male uniformed staff who looked like he has remained from Soviet times has refused us entry and said that the bunker was closed with a cigarette in his mouth. It was 14:20 and we have showed him the opening times sign on the wall which clearly has showed that the bunker was open daily from 09:00 to 15:00. Then he told us that it was short working day although 1st of March wasn’t such a day.