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National Military Memorial Park

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In the ditches

We had a leisurely stroll around the park in perfect October weather. It was moving to walk along... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2015
matyas2015
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Hungary
Historical importance

A very important place for all Hungarians to learn about the great success from 1848 and then... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2018
CsabaJanosi
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Budapest, Hungary
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11 Feb 2018
“Historical importance”
26 Jan 2018
“Still need to develop”
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Meszeg-Hegy Hrsz. 087, Pakozd 8095, Hungary
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Reviewed 12 February 2018

A very important place for all Hungarians to learn about the great success from 1848 and then quietly remember the martyrs of 1849. All schools should plan a visit at this place to give the children better understanding of the independence war. If you are...More

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Reviewed 26 January 2018

Absolutely need to develop, but staff is very helpful and nice. You can try to fly on a simulator and walk around the area. Please check my fotos as well.

Thank silangel1
Reviewed 27 October 2015

We had a leisurely stroll around the park in perfect October weather. It was moving to walk along the trenches and read about ww1 and ww2 way of life there plus to read how many people were lost. Having seen 'All quiet on the western...More

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Reviewed 3 October 2015 via mobile

This is a very poor attraction. There is no information on what is actually displayed here. You can see a Russian tank supposedly from 1956 (I think it's an IS-2), an AA and an AT gun from WW2 (I guess), trenches (recently made), a huge...More

Thank Haspok
Reviewed 11 May 2015

Situated on a wooded hill overlooking the Velence lake to the south and the pretty town of Pakozd to the north, this small, mostly open air museum highlights the Hungarian armed forces. There is a reconstruction of some WWI trenches, a Soviet tank from 1956,...More

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