Sector Sevastopol - Fort "Tscheka" (B-2)
(Ukraine - Sevastopol City - Sevastopol)
Fort "Tscheka" was an important stronghold of the fortified sector Sevastopol and was armed with four field guns. These guns were protected by two concrete casemates that were connected by an underground tunnel system. "Tscheka" was taken by the German 24th Infantery Division on 17 June 1942, at 0700hrs.
The fort today:
It is currently abandoned and for the most part turned into a ruin.
- Text: Kaj Metz
- Photos: Wikimapia.org
Address and contactinformation
- WWII grade:
Where is it?
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- Museum of the Black Sea Fleet
- Home of the Underground Movement Sevastopol 1942-1944
- Diorama Museum "Storming the Sapun Mountain"
Point of interest
- Sector Sevastopol - Amunition Bunker No.2
- Bullet Impacts on Grave Kalamita
- Armoured Train "Zheleznyakov"
- Russian War Graves Kommunar Cemetery
- Mass Grave Victims Air Raid 24 April 1942
- Mass grave Russian Soldiers & Memorial 2nd Guards Army