The museum Merseburg is located in what was formerly East Germany. The Museum was established in the late 1990s on the site of a former Soviet Air Force base which closed in 1991. The museum holds an excellent collection of aircraft as well as Motor Vehicles.

Merseburg

Merseburg

Images present following subjects:

Mil Mi-8T s/n 390, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21MF s/n 670, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21MF s/n 673, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21SPS s/n 725, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21SPS s/n 829, Lockheed F-104G Starfighter s/n 2156, Lockheed F-104G Starfighter s/n 2454, Ilyushin Il-14P s/n 3065, Fiat G-91R/3 s/n 3178, Sud SE-3130 Alouette II s/n 7586, Eichelsdorfer SB-5B Sperber s/n D-5480, PZL-Bielsko SZD-9bis Bocian s/n D-8231, Scheibe Bergfalke II/55 s/n D-8380, Tupolev Tu-134A + Ilyushin Il-14P s/n DDR-SCZ + 3065, Tupolev Tu-134A s/n DDR-SCZ, Ilyushin Il-62 s/n DM-SEC, Dornier Do-27B-1 s/n D-EFHO, Dornier Do-27A-4 s/n D-EGEA, Let Z-37A Cmelak s/n D-ESRF, Ruppert Rhonlerche II s/n D-KALR, Republic RF-84F Thunderflash s/n EB-368, Zlin Z-526 Trener Master s/n F-BSEI, de Havilland DH-104 Devon C2 s/n WB533, Antonov An-2R s/n HA-MHL, Merseburg Museum Bus.

Robert Hodgson