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Alliluyevy Apartment Museum

ul. 10-Ya Sovetskaya d. 17, Kvartira 20, St. Petersburg 191144, Russia
+7 812 271-25-79
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Interesting view of lives of early revolutionaries

This flat was the home which was rented by Stalin's eventual parents-in-law for two years 1916-18... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2018
opera_fanatic47
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Arles-sur-Tech, France
Cool soviet sightseeing

Very atmospheric flat full of original things which сaught the days of Stalin and Lenin. Actually... read more

Reviewed 15 December 2017
Anneke V
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Utrecht, The Netherlands
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17 May 2018
“Interesting view of lives of early revolutionaries”
14 Dec 2017
“Cool soviet sightseeing”
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ul. 10-Ya Sovetskaya d. 17, Kvartira 20, St. Petersburg 191144, Russia
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Reviewed 17 May 2018

This flat was the home which was rented by Stalin's eventual parents-in-law for two years 1916-18, surrounding the 1917 revolution. When Lenin was being accused by the Kerensky government in July 1917 of being a German spy, he fled his quarters in the Elizarov Apartment...More

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Reviewed 15 December 2017

Very atmospheric flat full of original things which сaught the days of Stalin and Lenin. Actually, outside it`s the ordinary flat of the ordinary house but the stories told by a guide make all those people which lived there so alive. I didn`t see any...More

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Reviewed 2 June 2013

Often referred to as ‘Lenin’s secret apartment’ this museum was established in 1937. Hiding from the persecution of the Provisional Government, Lenin lived here for 3 days in July 1917 while he and the other Bolsheviks thought of a better place to hide. Stalin also...More

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