During the siege, millions of citizens under constant threat of Nazi attack battled not only with the armies, but also with famine, sickness and fear. Bread ration was as low as one hundred grams per person per day. One might have gotten more or less depending on the profession. To survive people experimented with eating glue or sawdust mixed with bread. Between 500,000 and a million died of starvation, shelling, cold and disease. The small but powerfully moving Siege Museum commemorates the most tragic period of the city's and perhaps the country`s history. The tour is also inclusive of a visit to the Siege Memorial.
- Welcome gift
- Commentary of an English speaking guide
- Entry fee and photo permit
- Round trip transportation with experienced driver
- Bottle of water
- Local taxes and port fees
- 10% discount for children under 14.
Other languages available upon request
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