Want to know how Stalin was portrayed during his lifetime? This is the place for you. The young, intelligent guides have no illusions about the monster that Stalin really was, but give a fascinating insight into the life of Georgia's best known son. There is now a room which commemorate his victims. Well worth seeing: the one-room in which Stalin grew up; his early life as an editor of Pravda and the armour plated train that he traveled in!
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