It is becoming an annual tradition to go to the same places we visited last year. This includes Vilnius military museum which is free to visit now and has some new exhibits.Truck with a same tank of which I took a photo last year.
Second and a last tank in this museum. Looking at its fairly good condition I wonder if it would be able to participate in a battle.
Side view of a Mercedes Benz 911 truck bonnet.
An engraved map on the info stand shows the names of horizon details, but now everything is submerged in a dense fog.
Is a one of my favorite museums, full of interesting tech stuff: starting with steam turbines, control rooms and ending with antiquarian cars and motorcycles.
Turbine hall also has several power plant models like this Ignalina nuclear power plant and its RMBK Chernobyl-like reactor.
And this Kruonis pumped storage power plant model.
And some old German “Telefunken” radios.
Telefunken vacuum tube.
Third and second floor has many interactive contraptions, like this Jacobs ladder.
Old cars display with a favorite BMW 327 model.