Tour of the museum that houses Ukraine's nuclear past
It was one of the most feared weapons of the Cold War and was dubbed "Satan" by Nato.
The USSR's SS-18 missiles were over a thousand times more powerful than the bombs that destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki with the full arsenal capable of global destruction.
After the fall of the Soviet Union, similar missiles - called SS-24s - ended up in the hands of Ukraine, which agreed to decommission them.
Ukraine has put an SS-18 on show at a museum in Pervomaysk. The missile silos there are a tourist attraction and reminder of the nation's nuclear past.
The SS-18s were deployed in Russia and Kazakhstan.
Produced by Albiy Shudrya (correspondent) and Anastasiya Gribanova (camera) of BBC Ukrainian.
27 Dec 2015