German World War Two UBOAT, U534 on the dockside. The German type IXC/40 submarine was sunk by Allied forces in 1945.
In the dock is the frigate HMS Plymouth and along side it is submarine HMS Onyx, both of which saw service in the Falklands conflict, and a D-Day landing craft.
Submarine in Venice.
"Arsenale Militare di Venezia"
Additional info from McMaster_de:
It's a SSK (submarine-submarine killer) of the Toti Class. The Enrico Dandolo was finished on 16th December 1967 and disarmed in July 1999.
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