Moscow, Russia. Lenin Mausoleum. Lenin, Vladimir Irich Lenin. Lenin's tomb is on the west side of Red Square, one side is Red Square, the other side is the outer wall of the Kremlin. The appearance of Lenin's tomb is not conspicuous. When we arrived at Red Square, we were looking for Lenin's tomb. After a while, we saw a queue of people and asked them to visit it. Free, but no mobile phones and bags allowed to enter, the door can be free deposit, many visitors, but inside, can not stay, only a few minutes.
Moscow, Russia. Lenin Tomb (2). Mannlesma, deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. Lenin's tomb, on the west side of Red Square, is not conspicuous between the Red Wall of the Kremlin and the Red Square. Built on January 27, 1924, it was originally a wooden structure and rebuilt into flower rock and marble in 1930. Lenin's tomb is half underground, half exposed to the ground, with three cubes of stepped shape, built of red granite and black feldspar.
1. Located on the west side of Moscow Red Square. 2. It is not open every day. Every opening 3 shows that from 10.00 to 13:00, we need to inquire about the opening date in advance. We are going to open this time on Thursday, the 15th. 3: Free, but queuing is required. 4: I can't see clearly once, so I suggest that friends who want to see twice in the morning can queue up to see more in three hours.
Nice place to visit, historical and beautiful. But be careful with scammers with pigeons, don'tlet them take picture of you.
Lenin was the revolutionary mentor of the proletariat. Lenin is located on the west side of Red Square. It is made of red granite and black feldspar. Lenin's body is placed in the crystal palace inside the building. It is covered with the Soviet flag, and its face and hands are illuminated by special lights. In 1994, the tomb of Lenin was recognized as "World Historical and Cultural Heritage" by UNESCO.
Everybody's buried here, Khrushchev Yeltsin and so on... Putin will have to be buried here in the future...
As a result of the war, Lenin's body preservation rate was only 2%. There was a team of professionals to carry out routine care. Wax statues come up for your attention when you need care, so sometimes visitors come in and feel confused when they see them. You may feel right about 233 Lenin Tombs (Russian - " Granite and black marble are built. The body of Lenin, the proletarian revolutionary mentor, was placed in the crystal coffin inside the building, covered with the Soviet flag. Faces and hands are illuminated by special lights, clear and peaceful. On the upper layer of Lenin's tomb, a review stand was built, which witnessed the famous Red Square parade in 1941. In 1994, the tomb of Lenin was recognized by UNESCO as "World Historical and Cultural Heritage".
Lenin's tomb is located in the center of Red Square. (Fig. 1) The square building of red granite under the green spire is open to visitors and Moscow citizens from time to time. When we went, we had the special privilege of being allowed to visit the remains of Comrade Lenin and pay tribute to Comrade Lenin, the great pioneer of communism. On the side of Red Square is the tomb of the unknown martyrs. The flame in front of the tomb is never extinguished. It symbolizes the endless communist belief and cause.
It's an interesting place, though I didn't have a chance to get inside, maybe it's under reconstruction.