“Arktika” could become museum

“Arktika” could become museum

Some interesting news published in Barentsobserver during this week related to our project. Icebreaker “Arktika” is possibly the next Russian Nuclear-Powered Icebreaker to become a museum. There are now discussions on what to do with the commissioned icebreaker. Either turn it into scrap or make it into a museum/visitor centre. What makes “Artktika” interesting among many other thins is that it was the first icebreaker to reach the North Pole. Let us hope it will become a tourist attraction. The ICE project paves the way for future icebreakers becoming museum and visitors centers. 

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  1. Jenny

    Good luck, I hope it does get preserved and opened up to the public to learn about its rich history.

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