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#3602 2009-01-29 11:48 GMT-5 hours    
Museum on Kosice, Slovakia. Local and his majority east helicopters and warbirds.



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#3603 2009-01-29 11:51 GMT-5 hours    
Vyskow cityes, Czech Republic:

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#3605 2009-01-29 14:04 GMT-5 hours    
You should maybe upload one or two of these pictures, i see some potential ones.

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#3871 2009-04-14 10:18 GMT-5 hours    
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You should maybe upload one or two of these pictures, i see some potential ones.



Thanks, 31 Bravo!

This interesting one, although Nikola Tesla beside Belgrade is a collection opened half only at an airport can be found.
Here can be found it 1999.03.27 shot off at Novi Sad f-117-es his stealthy wrecks, and the aviano-i F-16-os American machine shot off by his wrecks and few Serbias. The Yugoslav airplane industry was represented in full whole one's is, and many of the variants of very many contemporary American fighters can be found here. And they may not lag behind of course the Soviet aeroplane known well already and helicopters.



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#3872 2009-04-15 09:32 GMT-5 hours    
Great shots! Thanks for sharing.

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#3874 2009-04-15 18:37 GMT-5 hours    
Fantastic shots! Once I must go to Kassa & Belgrade. The museums seems good. Here are lot of interesting planes. Vyskow looks like a military store base, almost every aircraft in very bad condition, in pieces.

A Hungarian man, ezredes(colonel) Zoltán Dani who lived in Yugoslavia, and he was a soldier in the war. He shot down the F-117 and 2 F-16 too with old Russian AA missiles and old radar system!!!

Lets Fly! :)

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#3875 2009-04-15 18:40 GMT-5 hours    
colonel Zoltán Dani(retired) photo: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/87/Zoltan_Dani.jpg

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#3876 2009-04-15 18:42 GMT-5 hours    
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zolt%C3%A1n_Dani -- Read this, he commanded in the 3rd battery of the 250th Missile Brigade

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#3941 2009-05-02 12:27 GMT-5 hours    
The first pictures, is this really a museum? It really looks like a kinda storage area to me. The aircraft are in a very bad shape, what is sad.
Don`t they have the money to maintain them better, or don`t they have the interest in doing so?

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#4064 2009-05-28 08:11 GMT-5 hours    
Tomcatfreak!

The poor man's museum looks so unfortunately. There is money nowhere gets in east-europe, everybody gives his own enthusiasm into him what you may see on the photos.

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#4065 2009-05-28 08:13 GMT-5 hours    
Vasmadár!

Köszönöm a gratulációt, örülök, hogy tetszenek a fotók!
És ha már Kassa ill. Belgrád szimpatikus, akkor a következ&訉 3 hozzászólásom biztosan tetszeni fog! :-)

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#4066 2009-05-28 08:14 GMT-5 hours    
These photos were taken in the army story institute of Sofia:



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#4067 2009-05-28 08:14 GMT-5 hours    
These photos though in the Plovdiv airplane museum:



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#4068 2009-05-28 08:15 GMT-5 hours    
And a little extra: from the museum visible flyings summarized in some pictures.




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#4912 2010-09-13 10:05 GMT-5 hours    
A man who loves flying Zruc a collection of (Czech Republic) There is a lot here, but unfortunately, the collection is a real rust, very bad state machines. With few exceptions, promising but a bit sad to walk down to the museum.


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#4913 2010-09-13 10:32 GMT-5 hours    
These aircraft in the Czech city of Brno Technical Museum of the courtyard are available.


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#4920 2010-09-18 15:31 GMT-5 hours    
Some photos of the Hradec Kralove airport in a secluded corner of a few pieces from airplanes.


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#4921 2010-09-20 06:59 GMT-5 hours    
Praha - Kbely, Czech Republic:



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#5214 2011-02-23 06:14 GMT-5 hours    
MiG-21F-13 and PFM aircraft sad fate ... Germany, Seifertshofen.


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#5263 2011-03-22 20:01 GMT-5 hours    
Some more interesting european aircraft museums:

- Duxford, GB. Said to be very nice, hosts a lot of airshows every year. Unfortunately I haven`t been there, yet.
- Stauning, DK. Very nice museum, with some of the last danish build KZ aircraft. Also a lot of still flyable aircraft. Will upload some pictures, tomorrow.They are hosting an airshow, every year in the beginning of june. Also some flying days from time to time.
- Technikmuseum Sinsheim, D. On display are a lot of cars, motorcycles, tanks, military stuff, military aircraft, civil aircraft, helicopters, Concorde and TU-144. All my pictures are lost, due to a crash of my harddisk.
- Technikmuseum Speyer,D. On display: trains, cars, military aircraft, a submarine and a Boeing 747-200. Pictures see above.
- Flugwerft Oberschleissheim, D. I think, they have mainly civil aircraft. Haven`t been there, yet.
- Flieger- Flab-Museum, Dübendorf, CH. Shows the history of swiss military aviation. Didn`t bring my camera. Yes, I know, I`m an idiot...

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#5488 2011-07-18 04:05 GMT-5 hours    
Brno, Technical Museum. Not same venue the last year's photos!


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#5503 2011-07-22 06:35 GMT-5 hours    
Pápa AFB skanzen. Now, four aircraft available.



Magyargencs, military park. The MiG-21bis the only aircraft in the collection.


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#5505 2011-07-24 05:03 GMT-5 hours    
Not far from him to another city, which also became famous for flying museum.

Speyer:



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#5506 2011-07-24 05:04 GMT-5 hours    
And then you come to love each flight people need to see at least once in his life, if you act in Germany.

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#5507 2011-07-24 05:04 GMT-5 hours    
I was in Germany a few weeks ago and I have a "mandatory" in Sinsheim and Speyer, but there is a museum near Munich Oberschleissheim, where I was flying to. Such disclosure will be made at a later date, we look at Oberschleissheim, however, that it has what is still hidden in the world.



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#5562 2011-08-16 15:57 GMT-5 hours    
Museum Long Range Aviation in Poltava, Ukraine.






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#5624 2011-09-13 10:56 GMT-5 hours    
Welcome to the open lake region of two permanent military park (Zamárdi and Zánka), which is true not only in aircraft but also operational fighting vehicles. In addition, there is a temporary exhibition in Balatonfüred is the same as in August Up to 23 will only be visible, but it's worth to go. Aircraft move in, not to say more about the photos speak for me, here and next to the post:


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#5628 2011-09-15 10:36 GMT-5 hours    
The in Slovakia held SIAD 2011 advertisement in Banská Bystrica :



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#5629 2011-09-16 12:42 GMT-5 hours    
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Museum Long Range Aviation in Poltava, Ukraine.

Is this museum open to the public? I thought its on base so how did you get access??

Rgds, Carl.


Hi, Carl.
In base territory is two museums:
Museum 13 Heavy Bombing aviation divisions and Museum Long Range Aviation. An input free.Possibility to visit a cabin of planes. Monday and Tuesday - the days off.

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#6090 2012-07-28 04:17 GMT-5 hours    
A nice excursion, the Bad Ischl in Austria I was, in better days ever seen in this collection:



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