I believe the place is worth seeing but do not set your hopes too high as it is not very large or extremely rich in exhibits. Nevertheless, I found it quite impressive each of the 5 or 6 times I was there. The dictator is believed to have never visited the bunker but it was ready for him at any time and would have most likely been a good, strong shelter for him. According to the tour guides, the office built for Stalin there is a copy of the one he had in the Kremlin in Moscow, with imitations of windows and doors in the right places, the same kind of furniture, etc. You will hear of how deep the bunker is, how thick the walls are, how fast and with what secrecy it was built, and more. I believe it will be interesting for you.
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