The Stalin Museum was built in Gori, the hometown of Stalin in 1957, four years after Stalin's death. It is located 90 kilometers northwest of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. It is the only official museum in the world to commemorate Stalin. There are 7 exhibition halls in the museum, with pictures introducing the revolutionary activities and deeds of Stalin, as well as objects used during his lifetime, birthday gifts given by foreign friends, and works by Stalin himself. There are lecturers who explain, but they are all in the local language. You can only look at the exhibits and get a general understanding. There are many sculptures and hanging statues of Stalin placed inside and outside the museum. Outside the museum there is also the former residence where Stalin lived during his youth.
After Stalin’s tomb on Moscow’s Red Square was moved out, it became an ultra-sacred place for Stalin’s fans. Georgia is Stalin’s hometown. As the supreme leader of the Soviet Union, Stalin did a lot of things, both good and bad. Here you can see the clues at that time.
Stalin is a famous leader of the Soviet Union. He led the Patriotic War during the Soviet period and defeated Nazi Germany, but he was also a very controversial leader. His iron fist, his ruthlessness, and his cruelty all complicate his image. Here you can see his bit by bit.