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Communist history museums to "virtually" visit online?

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Post 30 Sep 2020, 01:27
I've noticed for a lot of historical museums it isn't really necessary to visit in person. Some of the Communist history museums in China are literally nothing but galleries of hanging photographs.

I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions of Communist museums to visit virtually online? I just go to Google Maps and they have a pictures section on the side which is pretty indepth and the 360 view is even better. Of course since there aren't many Communist states left, many of these museums may actually be converted into anti-communist propaganda. But some of them have an inertia and basically run the same way they did in the Soviet era.

I visited the Museum to the Red Terror in Ethiopia. And local battle museums to the Sino-Indian War on the Indian side.

This seems to have some good suggestions about places in Russia ... ry-russia/ ... seum,_Gori ... tion_(Cuba) ... ory_Museum
Post 30 Sep 2020, 18:47
Well, the best I can do is link to some galleries of my visits to such museums.

Museum of the Great Patrioric War

Exposition "The force of dreams" on the 100th anniversary of the Revolution

Avrora Cruiser on the 100th anniversary of the Revolution

Exposition on the Peter and Paul Fortress on the 100th anniversary of the Revolution... with a fashion show!

Political rally on the 100th anniversary of the Revolution

Exposition at the Hermitage (Winter palace) on the 100th anniversary of the Revolution
Post 30 Sep 2020, 20:59
Thanks it was interesting to see not just the scenery, but some events/activity
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