Unique ‘doomsday’ submarine armed with tsunami-causing nuclear torpedoes delivered to Russian Navy

The 'Belgorod', equipped with Poseidon torpedoes could render coastal areas uninhabitable for several decades. The deterrent effect could be powerful considering the increasing development of urban areas along the coasts.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On July 8, the Russian Navy received the nuclear-powered submarine K-329, displaying a record length of 180 meters. In particular, it will carry a new weapon presented in 2018 by Vladimir Putin as "invincible."

For a country with a long tradition in this field since the Soviet era, these headlines are perhaps nothing out of the ordinary. Nevertheless, the K-329 Belgorod has several features that make it very special, even unique.

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