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Joseph Stalin Museum

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This museum is in three parts, the house where Stalin was born, carefully reconstructed and housed under a covering, Stalin’s personal armour plated railway carriage and the main exhibition building. A copy of Stalin’s death mask marks the end of this exhibition of his (or allegedly his) belongings, papers and documentation about his life.

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“Great journeys: Stalin stories”

By Maxton Walker for The Guardian First Published 9 June 2009 After spending some time in Georgia's capital, Tblisi, I feel the need to discover what the rest of the country has to offer. The obvious plan would be to head north into the Caucasus that … Read more...

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