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Red Square & Lenin's Mausoleum

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ImageRed Square is one of the most important sites in Moscow and swarming with tourists every holiday season. Communist parades were held here and parades continue to pass through this square. This structure is not to be missed especially since Lenin's Mausoleum is located right here.


This houses the embalmed body of Lenin. Lenin was an extremely significant player in Russia's history. He led the revolution of 1917 overthrowing the Czar dynasty to become the first communist ruler of Russia.

 

Timings: Daily 10 A.M- 1 P.M except Friday and Monday
Admission: Free

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