It's very good, though it's really not big. The display is compact and delicate, and the video clips are also very good. The details are interesting. Lenin used to work in that building, which contained Chinese explanatory materials, but the number of Chinese messages on the signature spectrum was far less than that of the Japanese,,,.
The Lenin Museum is located in the Tampere Workers'Building. It collects and exhibits Lenin's revolutionary relics. There are tables and chairs where Lenin wrote The State and the Revolution. The statue of Lenin stands in the museum. It is said that Khrushchev, the former leader of the Soviet Union, visited the museum.
I did not expect that there would be a Red Revolution Museum in Finland, though small but exquisite.
When Lenin came to Tampere to seek support, he lived there for some time. It was in this house that Lenin and Stalin first met in 1905. The museum shows the scene of his work and life here, which is the only Lenin Museum in Europe outside the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
It has always been a great admiration for this great man. Today I have the opportunity to go to his museum, which is also a great benefit.