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People's Liberation Army Museum

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Subject: Western Sahara, Tindouf Province, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, Spanish language
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People's Liberation Army Museum

Museum of the Popular Army of Liberation (PAL)
central part of the museum.

The Museum of the Sahrawi people's Liberation Army is located in the Sahrawi refugee camps, in the southwest of Algeria. This museum is dedicated to the struggle for the independence of the Western Sahara people.[1] presents weapons, vehicles and uniforms used as well as abundant documentation history.[1]

Currently it is also the seat of the Government of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.


  • List of Exhibits 1
    • Vehicles 1.1
    • Towed Artillery 1.2
    • Small Arms and Explosives 1.3
  • See also 2
  • References 3

List of Exhibits


Towed Artillery

Small Arms and Explosives

See also


  1. ^ a b LEFRIG, Centro de Documentación y Museo de la Resistencia del Pueblo Saharaui y la Solidaridad Internacional
  2. ^ Wall of Shame
  3. ^ a b Wall of Shame
  4. ^ Wall of Shame

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