Popular Tourist sights
I have listed a few of the numerous historical sites to view and photograph on your visit to Sevastopol.
Panorama is a memorial museum that commemorates the 50th anniversary of the first heroic defence of Sevastopol. It depicts national pride of people of Crimea, and is located on the city’s Historical Boulevard.
Diorama Memorial Museum depicts the actions that took place during German assault Sevastopol that took place on the slopes of Sapun Mountain on May 7, 1944. It is composed of the war artefacts, comprised of guns, tanks, artillery, and other military armaments. In the open-air pavilion, you can see replicas of the captured German weapons. From the observation platform can see the re-creation of the fierce battle the armed forces were engaged in to defend each square metre of Sevastopol.
Black Sea Navy Museum is usually of great interest to foreigners. It has numerous models of ships battle banners, armaments, documents, photographs, and captured war relics.
Chersonessus Historical and Archaeological museum will be of considerable interest to anyone that interested the founding of Christianity in the Ukraine and Russia.
Sevastopol Aquarium (The A. Kovalevsky, Reserch Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas) has twelve wall-seawater tanks that are a home for stone crabs, bright wrasses, eelpouts, scorpion, seacocks, and sea horses. It also houses the larger sea species such as sturgeon, a white sturgeon, flatfish, and a big striped perch from Atlantic Ocean.
Dolphinarium is a sea animal theatre. Children along with parents always enjoy watching the dolphins and seals perform here.Sevastopol Art Museum has a collection exhibits from some of the best artists in the Ukraine. It is noteworthy that this museum is included in the International World Reference Book published by UNESCO in 1981