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What an impact a Person can have on the history of Russia and the former Soviet Union - the Father sunny as he was called. Anyway his birthhome is on the yard and a lot of photos and paintings in the museum as well as...More
I find it a bit weird that someone who killed millions of his own people is ‘celebrated’ with a museum but he was Georgian, so it is fitting that the museum is here. Not much is in English so make sure you get an English...More
Really not sure what to write about this museum. The fact that it still exists fascinates me... Exhibition has not changed in years (I am not talking about new items, I am talking about the way Stalin is presented throughout the museum). In general -...More
We visited this museum last week. Upon arrival we were told that there is no English guide. When we asked how long we had to wait the woman there simply shrugged. We ended up having to wait for at least 30 minutes. This is an...More
Stalin was one of history greatest mass murderers and this museum pays homage. I am not sure what is the point. A chilling experience and a warning history often repeats itself. There is no warning in this museum.
The museum consists of 3 parts, the house where Stalin grew up, his armoured train carriage and a museum dedicated to his life. There is little mention of the atrocities that he is responsible for except for a section on prominent Georgians who were purged....More
even though it is obviously biased and for Stalin. His atrocities were certainly airbrushed as being a period of ‘sad history’ according to the local guide. However it was interesting to see the Georgian take on his time in power.
Worth a visit!
We stayed for three hours . It is not big . Two stores and a lot of pictures. I found interesting the gifts Stalin received. Most itens look from a common Souvenir Shop . Outside the Museum there is his infancy House... More
We stayed for three hours . It is not big . Two stores and a lot of pictures. I found interesting the gifts Stalin received. Most itens look from a common Souvenir Shop . Outside the Museum there is his infancy House ( rented , Very, very humble) and the train he used for travels ( very plain , nothing Romanov style ) You have to pay some extra to get in the train car but is worth. All the Museum is somewhat humble even with some marble or velvet . Nothing I have not seen in some high schools in my city . The City Hall is not far and you may see bullet Marks in its walls from the 90 war Russia- Georgia Watch “ Five days War “ a movie that depicts the events