The Biggest Museum of Joseph Stalin


The city of Gori in Georgia has an interesting old district and a fortress but tourists primarily come here to visit the world biggest museum of Joseph Stalin.

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The museum is situated on the central square of the city.

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The museum was opened in 1937 in a historic memorial house where father of J. Stalin used to rent some space for living and working.

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Here Joseph Stalin spent first 4 years of his life.

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No personality cult without a monument to self.

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Another bigger building standing behind, established in 1951.

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Another monument inside.

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Office

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Student’s card of J. Stalin’s wife – Nadezhda Allilueva.

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Guides say no word about reprisals.
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Followers of K. Marx.

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Lenin and Stalin in Gorki.

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“Proletarian” newspaper

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Stalin liked to talk … to workers…
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and peasants

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His crucial role in the war is demonstrated vividly too.
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And this is him developing war plans.

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And drinking tea from the cup with his own image…
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The present from Italian women who lived in France.

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1949 – another present

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And finally he died.

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And here’s his personal railway carriage. He had been using it since 1941 for travelling to conferences and other purposes.

via yarowind



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