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We are staying overnight in the enchanting vilege of Delchevo and had dinner at Pavlov's house. The place is an 100 years old, very warm and cousy. It is a place to come for 3-4 days with a good book and just relax.
Stop by here quickly as it is outside the Panorama Museum. The story is interesting but little is left to see as only a partial outside wall remains. We luckily saw a group of people taking photos otherwise we wouldnt have known where it was.
Fascists attacked with crowds of soldaten tanks and artillery only one this house. German's officer's letter home was found: "For many weeks we allault one house with no result. Many of my comaraden have died. We have all turned into a crowd of feelless deadmen....More
This place made me break into tears. Of course, I'm a history buff and had read a lot about the incredible story of Pavlov's house, where 20 fierce men held s building for 58 days, under the enemy fire. In the end, they all died,...More
It is a nice memory of those days, interesting to see and research the story of Pavlov, only one of the heroic figures of the Stalingrad battle. Now a lonely inscriptions on the ruins reminds of the effort to protect every brick of the city.
Impressive monument for a war time legend. Very imposing with Lenin statue adding to the effect. Could do with a tidy up around it and perhaps give the area some nice shrubs to add to the impact. Close to busy road and nearby university so...More
Here in Volgograd, on Sovetskaya Street, that stretches parallel to the course of river Volga, I had spotted the remains of one four -storey building. That building is called the Pavlov's House, as given tribute to the remarkable Soviet soldiers and theirs commander Sergeant Yakov...More