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Museum of Belarusian police description and photos - Belarus: Minsk. Detailed information about the attraction. Description, photos and a map showing the nearest significant objects.
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The Museum of the Belarusian Militia was opened on November 11, 1987 in the Minsk Militia Club, but it was decided to start collecting exhibits for the museum back in the 60s.
В The museum contains unique exhibits that tell about the formation of law enforcement and inquiry agencies, from the Middle Ages to the present day. A separate exposition is a collection of archaeological finds of torture instruments. Walking through the halls of the museum, you will see how the methods of detecting and protecting public order in Belarus have improved.
The museum contains unique documents and photographs, weapons, uniforms, insignia. The main pride of the museum is the order of the Civil Commandant of the city of Miska on the establishment of the people's militia on March 4, 1917. The modern Belarusian police began with this document.
A separate room tells about the heroes of the Great Patriotic War and about the partisan movement, which Belarusian policemen have joined since the Nazi occupation of the homeland.
The hall of the museum is a kind of Book of Memory. Here are the names of all the policemen who gave their lives for the peace of the country in peacetime.
The museum has a rich collection of weapons. Visitors to the museum of the Belarusian militia can see how the militia developed and what the Belarusian militiamen were armed with.
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