You don't you have to go inside to get some enjoyment from this place, it's on Red Square and you can admire the innovative Constructivist architecture well enough from the outside. There used to be long lines of people waiting to go in to pay homage to this Soviet father of his country, but interestingly enough when the USSR fell, the lines disappeared. It might have had something to do with the fact that schools and factories stopped busing their students and workers in for mandatory visits and homages to Lenin. As far as going in to view the body, I can't imagine why one would want to see a 100-year-old preserved corpse on display. And if it isn't Lenin's body (it looks like a wax replica) what's the point? They almost buried this thing during Yeltsin's administration but never managed to get it done. It's worth a visit if you like creepy stuff.
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