Not too far away from where I currently live, there's a tank museum, which hosts a good collection of old tanks from the history. The guest is allowed to photograph inside. Ironically due to a military base just nearby, the first open sign I saw right on the location is a "No Photos" warning. I show you some of tanks that I found interesting during my recent visit. Carden-Loyd Mk V, England 1928 Renault NC 27, France 1927 Panzerjäger Marder II ausf C, Germany 1942 M 4 Sherman, USA M 3 White Scout Car, USA. This Olga-Belle was under UN force in Congo in the 1960s. Churchill III, England 1942 m/42 VKP, Sweden 1944 UN bought 15 of this type for its Indian and Irish battalions after this car went popular for missions in Congo. m/40, Sweden 1940 Inside views. Swedish M series in a line: Strv 103 C (Sweden) Developed in 1967-71. This is a relatively modern tank in the museum. Thanks for viewing this short presentation from my part.