Russian Submarine U-434 Ship Museum, Hamburg Photos

Russian submarine U-434 aka U-515, in service 1976-2002, one of the largest non-nuclear submarines in world and used for espionage during the Cold War, now a museum in Hamburg harbor.

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Russian submarine U-434 now a museum in Hamburg harbor near St. Pauli Fish Market. Hamburg, Germany.Russian submarine U-434, one of the largest non-nuclear subs in the world, now a museum in Hamburg harbor. Hamburg, Germany.Russian submarine U-434 used for espionage during the Cold War now a museum in Hamburg harbor. Hamburg, Germany.Russian submarine U-434, now a museum in Hamburg harbor with bear emblem on sail supporting periscopes, snorkel & other sensors. Hamburg, Germany.
Russian submarine U-434 (1976) now a museum in Hamburg harbor near St. Pauli Fish Market. Hamburg, Germany.Russian submarine U-434, one of the largest non-nuclear subs in the world, now a museum in Hamburg harbor. Hamburg, Germany.Russian submarine U-434 used for espionage during the Cold War (1976 until 2002) now a museum in Hamburg harbor. Hamburg, Germany.Russian submarine U-434, now a museum in Hamburg harbor with bear emblem on sail supporting periscopes, snorkel & other sensors. Hamburg, Germany.
Buildings on hill above St. Pauli Pier. Hamburg, Germany.


Buildings on hill above St. Pauli Pier. Hamburg, Germany.



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