PAMPA -- It is a piece of cold war history, and now you can see it right here in the panhandle.
It is the final B-53 nuclear bomb, and today, Pantex donated that to the Freedom Museum in Pampa.
Pantex employees took the bomb apart back in 2011.
The B-53 is the largest and most destructive weapon at that time.
Some people say the new addition will mean a lot.
Before taken apart, the nuclear bomb weighed close to 5 tons and was the size of a minivan.
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