The Museum specialises in history of wars from 1914 to 1945.
War heroes road
Explore the terrain of the largest and bloodiest military operation of World War II on the territory of the former Czechoslovakia.
The war cemetery consisting of four common graves is also part of the monument.
Fourteen heavy combat machines that were used during the Carpatho-Dukla Operation are on display along with post-war Czechoslovak army equipment.
Eight medium-size T-34/85 tanks were set in the open air 117 between Kapišová, Kružlová, and Nižná Písaná localities, as a symbol of a tank unit in attack.
The monument was raised in honour of his greatness, love, and committeemen to the region.
The look-out tower on the Dukla Pass is 49 metres tall and was built on the site of the former look-out tower dating from 1959.
The Memorial in Dukla is situated past the locality of Vyšný Komárnik on the right-hand side of the main road, not far from the Slovak-Polish border.
Three memorials were raised to remind the visitors of the major events of the battles during the Carpathian – Dukla Operation.
The General Klapálek organised and took lead in the battle from his headquarters there.
More than 3100 German soldiers who fell in the Carpatho-Dukla Operation are buried there.