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My interest in 1971 on the radio.                                                                         

Since 1987 was the SWL: UT5 - 187 - 167.

License UT5JCE received in 1989, Digi mode  since 2011. Callsign R7RIB received in 2014.

My Loc: KN64SP. RDA: SE-03.

I was there a member of the international program of World Castles Awards.
 My number: WCAG # 028. QSO with my radio station to confirm for the territory:
Mikhaylovskaya battery (museum) WCA : UA-00618, COTA-RU: C-7111. 
Northern fortification. WCA: UA-00620, COTA-RU: C-7113.
For awarding COTA-RU: http://rz1cwc.qrz.ru/eng/awards/cota/home.htm
Mikhaylovskaya battery.
Plans to strengthen the fortress, including Mikhaylovskaya battery colonel K. I. Byurno sent to Sevastopol developed in 1834, it was built of limestone mined in quarries in Kilen beams. In 1846, the main construction works have been completed.It is U-shaped in terms of the volume of the two-storey consisting of the central body and side wings, located on them at an angle of 100 degrees. The length of the battery (the fort), 205 meters (flanks), the thickness of the outer wall of 1.8 meters. In the back of (Gorgi) was a defensive wall with Rowe. The interior angles of internal facade adjoined by two 3-Circle tower battlements with Barbets (only one survived). On the battery plased two cores heating furnace built oven for a 24-pound nuclei. Planning interior for personnel battery Anfilads adjacent casemates on both circles connected by a corridor. Interiors batteries, despite significant losses and reorganizations, mainly in being kept intact. At the moment it is a historic military complex Mikhailovskaya battery - a branch of the National Museum of Military History.  But every day at noon, the sound of a cannon shot, which is made ​​from Mikhaylovskaya Battery heard.

Northern fortification.

Strengthening North located on the northern side of the city, at a height above the Sevastopol bay. Built in 1807-1811 years under the leadership of Major General to Harting defense fortress in the north. It is shaped like an octagon with sides of 170 to 210 meters. At the four corners has small wing bastions outgoing security for the organization.Strengthening had three gates - Simferopol, Sevastopol, and inker-Mansky, was surrounded by a moat with a stone facing slope and counterscarp, limestone, folded fabric. Width preserved part of the pit depth of 5.4 - 3.6 m. In strengthening were barracks for soldiers, powder magazines and a storeroom. The garrison consisted of 3919 people during the Crimean War, was appointed commandant of strengthening post-captain, the Rear Admiral District Bartenev, whose name is still called the Northern part the street Chelyuskintsev between Brethren Cemetery. The office building was 47 guns, 23 of them - a small caliber. Built excluding areas with unfavorable shape and poorly armed, he, nevertheless, the allies seemed formidable fortification that after Alma battle decided not to attack the city from the north and rounding the Sevastopol bay, went to the south side. After the Crimean War fortifications, Warehouse, in 1900, its territory is a fortress, built barracks engineer. In defense of Sevastopol 1941-1942, was established a foothold in the senior lieutenant A. Pehtin. For three days in June 1942, was an unequal battle with the superior forces of the enemy. The entire garrison was killed doing their duty. Despite significant losses, interest in strengthening the North as a monument of Russian fortification art of the beginning of XIX century.



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