Siege of Sevastopol Museum

Leninskiy okrug, Ukraine

About Siege of Sevastopol Museum

The Siege of Sevastopol Museum, also known as the Sevastopol Panorama, is a museum which chronicles the siege of the port of Sevastopol by British, French and Turkish forces against the Russians during the Crimean War.

The Siege of Sevastopol began in September 1854, lasted eleven months and ended in the retreat of the Russians and their ultimate defeat in the Crimean War.

The Siege of Sevastopol Museum uses a diorama to portray the events of the siege and does have some signs in English.

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