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Raising World War II tank from the bottom of the Neva River

A Klim Voroshilov KV-1 heavy tank which sank during World War II has been raised from the bottom of the Neva River in the Leningrad Region’s Kirov District and not far from the Nevsky Pyatachok (Neva Bridgehead).
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A Klim Voroshilov KV-1 heavy tank which sank during World War II has been raised from the bottom of the Neva River in the Leningrad Region’s Kirov District and not far from the Nevsky Pyatachok (Neva Bridgehead).



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18:10 17/11/2011 A Klim Voroshilov KV-1 heavy tank which sank during World War II has been raised from the bottom of the Neva River in the Leningrad Region’s Kirov District and not far from the Nevsky Pyatachok (Neva Bridgehead).>>

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