The Gulag Museum may be not as massive or design-y as Terror Museum in Budapest, but it's a solemn, if rather chamber, experience. I visited a temporary exhibition, "The Commissar Disappears," to see examples of analog photo-faking. The exhibit was ok, although all the most interesting examples of disappeared politicians and augmented reality also feature in the book "Making People Disappear" by Alain Jaubert. What spaces were not occupied by the photo show contained the permanent collection. The museum is pretty small so I recommend everyone to flash some kind of a student card at the cashier's desk and get a discount (down to 20 Rub), because for the normal price of 300 Rub you'd want something more.
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