The Lenin Museum in Tampere is still worth visiting. This is the house where Lenin lived when he came to take refuge in Tampere, Finland. Now a museum has been built and there are quite a few things in it.
Especially good, although it's really not big. The exhibition is compact and delicate, and the video clips are also very good. The details are interesting. It turned out that the building was where Lenin used to work. There were Chinese explanation materials in it, but there were far fewer Chinese messages on the signature spectrum than the Japanese...
Lenin lived here for a while when he came to Tampere to seek support. It was in this house that Lenin and Stalin met for the first time in 1905. The museum shows the scene of his work and life here. This is also the only Lenin museum in Europe outside the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
The Lenin Museum is located in the Workers’ Building in Tampere. It collects and displays cultural relics related to Lenin’s revolutionary activities. There are tables and chairs for Lenin’s writing "State and Revolution". Inside the museum stands a statue of Lenin. It is said that the former Soviet leader He Lu Chev had visited this museum.
The study and office of Lenin when he lived here is kept, it is very commemorative, the area is not large, you can read it in a while.