A WWII 100kg bomb was found in Volgograd.
The city's emergency ministry office reported that the bomb was found by workers when they conducted digging work in the Krasno-Oktyabrsky district of Volgograd.
The bomb was under the earth for more than 60 years, had a fuse without a charge and was not dangerous for people. The workers also found a combat artillery shell in the same trench, which the sappers took away for destruction.
A myth was dispelled during the battle of Stalingrad (now Volgograd) at the end of 1943-the beginning of 1944 about the invincibility of the German fascist troops. It is from the banks of the Volga River that liberation of the Soviet territory began.
The shooter freely entered the building of the university and opened fire at those who were present on the ground floor