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‘Visitors should make the 1854–55 Defence of Sevastopol Panorama Museum their first port of call,’ writes Algernon Percy in Crimean War: Into the Mouth of Hell (Cornucopia 49). ‘This extraordinary exhibit opened in 1905, the 50th anniversary of Sevastopol’s fall. Reduced to rubble, the city was painstakingly rebuilt in time for the 100th anniversary.’
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