Museum of Polish Arms
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The story of the Museum of Polish Arms stretches as far as 1945, when Kolobrzeg was the scene of a fierce siege, followed by street fights, and the symbolical Marriage to the Sea. After WW II the unused military equipment was stored near the then rebuilt cathedral, and this is how the first branch of the museum was born. Today the large Kolobrzeg's collection of various types of weapons occupies a majestic empire palace, and is supplemented by an open air exposition, attracting military buffs from all over Poland and abroad. The museum's younger brother is the Open Air Maritime Museum, with two demobbed ships open for exploration.
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