Lenin’s Mausoleum is the last resting place of Soviet leader Vladimir
Lenin’s Mausoleum at Red
Lenin’s Mausoleum is the last resting place of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin and a museum that commemorates everything about the leader, as well as the place where his body has been in the mausoleum since his death in 1924,
which was scheduled to transfer his body for burial after the public display of mourning, but the plan quickly changed after a visit of 100,000 people to the shrine after the burial Six weeks later, it was decided to place the body in a new coffin and a more permanent display area to preserve the body for a longer period.
The structure consists of a “temple” structure located at the top of a pyramid of eight steps. The five entrances in the front of the building are surrounded by sidewalks bearing carved images and hieroglyphic texts in the Mayan script that named the temple. Many people visit the shrine,
especially tourists come to it to see and learn about the leader. Vladimir Lenin as a historical museum of the leader.
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Central Armed Forces . Museum
Armed Forces Museum
The Central Armed Forces Museum or the Soviet Army Museum is one of the most famous Moscow war museums in the world, which shows the history of Russian war through the ages. It contains an impressive collection of information on the early Russian wars until the modern era.
When you visit the museum, you can explore military relics from the Soviet era, which attract many tourists, and you can also see a large collection of tanks, planes, missiles and other ancient and modern weapons.
Gulag History Museum
If you want to learn about Soviet history in depth, I recommend this wonderful museum, which is dedicated to the darkest part of Soviet history, the period of persecution of people in the Gulag labor camps from 1930 to 1950.
The museum consists of 5 floors and displays the personal belongings of the Gulag prisoners and shares some individual stories as it tries to revive the atmosphere of the despair of the Gulag group with original doors from the camps in Magadan, Anadyr and Vorkuta, crumbling brick walls and markings of prison cell dimensions.
Theater Museum “Bulgakov House”
The Bulgakov House Theater Museum is actually the home of writer Mikhail Afanasyevich Bulgakov, which was founded in 2004 by art patrons and connoisseurs of Bulgakov’s works.
You can see many photos, documents and personal belongings of Mikhail Bulgakov, as well as you can see an original cabinet with food from the 1920s, Underwood typewriters, antique furniture, books and first editions of the author’s novels and short stories, and what may surprise you most is the presence of a giant black cod living in the apartment and this is the latest museum Moscow.
Do not miss visiting Moscow museums
Your visit to Moscow museums is the great opportunity when you are on tourism in Moscow to see its attractions and its attractions for millions of tourists along with other attractions such as Moscow malls and Moscow theme parks, and so when you visit Moscow museums, you may travel and dive into the ancient past full of historical events or You see some of Russia’s civilization in various fields such as space, literature and the arts, as well as to get to know one of the great leaders of Russia.