Exhibition and information pavilon

The exhibition and information pavilion was opened in 2006 on the 62nd anniversary of the Battle of Dukla Pass. It is situated on the left side of the main road on the borderline to the Polish Republic, around 20 m from the tragedy site of the Commander of the 1st Czechoslovak Brigade in the USSR, General J. V. Sázavský. The Pavilion is the main information point for the visitors on the landmarks and Dukla natural museum objects within the hiking paths in the area of Dukla and some other landmarks in the Sub-Dukla region, mainly on the wooden churches and military graves from the WWI and WWII.
Visiting the pavilion you can find an exhibition “After-war consequences in the Sub-Dukla region” documenting the destroyed villages in the region of east Slovakia, the pictures of the mine clearing in the region under Dukla, building of the graveyard and the Monument of the Czechoslovak army at Dukla, as well as the building of the Tower.
Exhibition and information pavilion
The guns and weaponry found during the mine clearing works after the WWII
The exhibition and information pavilion at Dukla – the exposition of the uniforms and the weaponry from the WWII
An  actual plan of the Dukla graveyard
Exhibition and information pavilion
An actual map
The guns and weaponry found during the mine clearing works after the WWII
The President signing the Chronicle on October 4th 2008
The guns and weaponry found during the mine clearing works after the WWII
The monument on the site of the tragedy of General Jaroslav Vedral-Sázavský