Muzej Batinske bitke

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Muzej Batinske bitke je posvećen epopeji Batinske bitke, koju su zajedničkim snagama vodile jedinice 3. Ukrajinskog fronta sovjetske Crvene armije na čelu sa maršalom Tolbuhinom i partizana 51. Vojvođanske udarne divizije, pod komandom pukovnika Srete Savića Kolje.

Spomen muzej je izgrađen na lokalitetu „Patkov kljun“, na početnim položajima oslobodilačkih jedinica pri forsiranju Dunava i svečano je otvoren 14. novembra 1981. godine kao deo spomeničkog kompleksa, u koji je ulazio most 51. divizije preko Dunava i spomenik „Pobeda“ (poznatiji kao „Julka“) na batinskoj strani, rad poznatog jugoslovenskog vajara Antuna Augustinčića iz 1947. godine. Muzejsko zdanje je projektovao arh. Miša Berbakov, a stalnu postavku o Batinskoj bici je uradio kustos Muzeja socijalističke revolucije Jovan Kirjaković iz Novog Sada.

Muzej je uspešno radio od 1981-1991. godine, kad je zatvoren za posetioce zbog ratnih dejstava u neposrednom okruženju. U periodu do 2017. godine je bio izložen propadanju i potpuno devastiran.

Muzej je obnovljen i svečano otvoren 11. novembra 2017. godine povofdom 73.će godišnjice Batinske bitke, sredstvima Vlade AP Vojvodine i Grada Sombora. Novu stalnu postavku uradili su kustosi Muzeja Vojvodine i Gradskog muzeja Sombor. Danas je Muzej Batinske bitke depadansa istorijskog odeljenja Gradskog muzeja Sombor.
The Battalion Battle Museum is dedicated to the Epiphany of the Battalion Battleships, which were jointly led by units of the 3rd Ukrainian Front of the Soviet Red Army led by Marshal Tolbuhin and partisan of the 51st Military Voices Division, under the command of Colonel Sreta Savic Kolja.

The memorial museum was built at the site of "Duck's beak" at the initial positions of the liberation units in the forcing of the Danube and was ceremoniously opened on November 14, 1981 as part of the monument complex, which entered the 51st Division across the Danube and the monument "Pobeda" ( known as "Julka") on the beaten side, the work of the well-known Yugoslav sculptor Antun Augustincic in 1947. The museum building was designed by architect. Misha Berbakov, and permanent exhibition of Batin's battle was done by the curator of the Museum of Socialist Revolution, Jovan Kirjaković, from Novi Sad.

The museum worked successfully since 1981-1991. when it is closed to visitors due to war in the immediate vicinity. In the period until 2017, he was exposed to decay and completely devastated.

The museum was rebuilt and ceremoniously opened on November 11, 2017, in the afternoon of the 73rd anniversary of the Battle of Batina, with the funds of the Government of AP Vojvodina and the City of Sombor. The new permanent exhibition was done by curators of the Museum of Vojvodina and the Municipal Museum of Sombor. Today, the Batin Battle Museum is a depot of the historical department of the Municipal Museum of Sombor.
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April 19, 2019
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