Jan 14, 2015 at 10:47 AM
This is amazing image of a stunning Wrecking Ball at the Bratislava Army Museum in Slovakia. There many weapons which are beautifully preserved in this museum. The best place to visit in the Bratislava city is the Army Museum of the city. There are so many antique and destroying weapons in the Bratislava Army Museum, but among these all one weapon there is a Wrecking Ball Weapon. Called one of the dangerous and most destructing weapon of all time. The Wrecking Ball Weapon is the point of attraction in Bratislava Army Museum. Apart from this weapon, the Military Museum in Piešťany has a big collection of tanks, aircrafts, helicopters, missile launchers and other Army vehicles that have been used by the Czech/Slovakian armed force and other Warsaw pact forces. The huge collection includes aircraft from The World War I until today, as well as tanks and armored vehicles from the same period. The museum is situated just ½ hours’ drive from Bratislava. There is a Warsaw pact tracked amphibious military transport vehicle displayed at the Army Museum in Piešťany. Just after the Vehicle section there is an Anti-aircraft missile displayed at the Military Museum in Piešťany. . The best place to visit in the Bratislava city is the Army Museum of the city. The army museum is located in the Piestany. Among the permanent shows you can discover one that deal with World War I. Here you can see the war from the viewpoint of the fighters, from the general population in the deliberately armed force, from the Red Cross, clerics and how individuals all in all experience the war. There is shows managing "Hand Weapons", "the fall of the Iron Curtain", "Border guards" and about fortunes that left the countries amid the Second World War. In Bratislava Army Museum, there are so many types of weapons are available from the World War 1 until now. And in this picture we can see the antique and the historical Wrecking Ball Weapon at the Museum. You can visit this amazing Bratislava Army Museum with your family and friends. It is very worth visiting.