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Svyatogor - Святогор

The heavy bomber "Svyatogor" is the largest of all Russian aircrafts built in the period of 1914-1918.

Тяжелый бомбардировщик «Святогор»- наиболее крупный из всех построенных русских самолетов периода 1914-1918 годов.
Syatogor heavy bomber engine test
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Syatogor heavy bomber prototype

Svyatogor on Komendantskiy aerodrome. 1916 The Svyatogor was a large experimental Russian aircraft, constructed by Vasily Slesarev in 1916. The aircraft was named after the mythological hero Svyatogor.

Svyatogor on Komendantskiy aerodrome. 1916

Svyatogor on Komendantskiy aerodrome. 1916 The Svyatogor was a large experimental Russian aircraft, constructed by Vasily Slesarev in 1916. The aircraft was named after the mythological hero Svyatogor.

Svyatogor on Komendantskiy aerodrome. 1916

The Svyatogor was a large experimental Russian aircraft, constructed by Vasily Slesarev in 1916. The aircraft was named after the mythological hero Svyatogor.

Vasiliy Slesarev near Syatogor heavy bomber

The Svyatogor was a large experimental Russian aircraft, constructed by Vasily Slesarev in 1916. The aircraft was named after the mythological hero Svyatogor.

Syatogor heavy bomber engine test

The Svyatogor was a large experimental Russian aircraft, constructed by Vasily Slesarev in 1916. The aircraft was named after the mythological hero Svyatogor.

Syatogor heavy bomber after wheels incident

The Svyatogor was a large experimental Russian aircraft, constructed by Vasily Slesarev in 1916. The aircraft was named after the mythological hero Svyatogor.

Syatogor heavy bomber wheels incident, 1916

The Svyatogor was a large experimental Russian aircraft, constructed by Vasily Slesarev in 1916. The aircraft was named after the mythological hero Svyatogor.

Syatogor heavy bomber wheels incident, 1916

The Svyatogor was a large experimental Russian aircraft, constructed by Vasily Slesarev in 1916. The aircraft was named after the mythological hero Svyatogor.

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