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Statue Vladimir Lenin in Assen
Netherlands

A statue of Vladimir Lenin in the city of Assen, the Netherlands. This statue was placed here temporarily as part of the exhibition ‘The Soviet Myth. Socialist Realism 1932 -1960’ in the Drents Museum. This exibition contains some 70 paintings idealising the Soviet society. 

Copyright: Frank Van Tol
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Uploaded: 04/04/2013
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