Upon stepping out of the Metro station you can see a park with paths that lead to the towering monument. Statues line the paths, where Russians stroll (though watch for petty thieves) amongst tourists. The huge museum is under the main monument. Opened an hour later than documented. Walked to nearby park & markets (fruit/clothes) while waiting. No sign about paying to take photos-the room attendants will stop you if they catch you, but noticed many locals taking photos when the attendants weren't looking. Very modern with all types of displays & cafe/small shop. Would return here.
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