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Welcome to the Birthplace of the Soviet Union! The renewed museum provides a vivid, comprehensive and critical view of the history Russia and Finland share. It takes visitors on a fascinating journey through some of the most remarkable events in our...more
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Went to Lenin museum on a sunny winter day. Good place to visit when there is nothing you can think of doing. Lots of information, pictures, objects and video. Also full size Lenin and Stalin, who you can take for a ride in a cool...More
it was so hard to find - pedestrians had no idea when asked, which was surprising. The building is really impressive and so is the museum. Small but nice and cozy I'd say. Pop in and take a photo with Lenin ;)
Don’t be fooled by the size of this museum-it’s essentially one large room, and I was there over two hours! There’s a ton of interactive content, and you’ll not only learn about Lenin in Finland, but about how Finland developed as it navigated its relationship...More
It's a small but interesting museum, it's fascinating to think that this was where Lenin and Stalin actually first met, and in what kind of times it happened, and the implications for world history.
The visit will take about an hour (if you drag your...More
This museum was smaller than I was expecting, but the exhibits covered a wide range of Russian-Finnish military and social history. Finland used to be a Russian province and still shares a long border with it. Lenin and Stalin met here in 1905. The gift...More