Vizag is known for the astounding sea shores, however numerous different spots that pull in guests from everywhere throughout the nation. One such spot is INS Kurusura submarine exhibition hall, a historical center built up at the sea shore of Rama Krishna. INS Kurusura is a submarine built by Russians in the year 1969. It came to Visakhapatnam in 1970 by means of the Baltic Sea and from that point forward served the Indian Navy.
INS Kurusura served the Indian Navy for a long time and afterward it was decommissioned and transformed into an exhibition hall in 2001. With a length of 91.3 meters and broadness of 8 meters, the INS Kurusura submarine assumed a crucial job in various wars including the 1971 Indo-Pak war.
The INS Kurusura submarine historical center at RK sea shore is the primary submarine transformed into an exhibition hall in the entire of Asia and second on the planet. Different pieces of the submarine like the radar room, sonar room, control room, and the weapons utilized during war are in show in this exhibition hall.
The historical center portrays the achievements of the advancement of submarine through curios, photos and composed contents. The exhibition hall features the life inside a submarine and hardships looked by the submariners in the ocean. There are around 6 aides in the historical center who clarify the history and exercises of the submarine in extraordinary detail to the guests.