In Moscow they are discussing actually, if they should put LENIN in a grave at last, not continue to show his body to thousands of visitors again in that Mausoleum at the Kremlin. It’s time to say “Good bye Lenin“, isn’t it? There are built enough sculptures of that man. Close his coffin, earth on that! Let’s say a HALLO to reality …
title=”goodbye Lenin” – photo by Raluca Nagy
Street life – Snowfall Originally uploaded by Valery Titievsky
title=”Lenin” by Hryck., on Flickr, sent to my group BLOG IT!
- Question: Should Lenin’s Body be Burried? (presurfer.blogspot.com)
- Goodbye Lenin: Russians Vote To Bury Vladimir, 87 Years After Death (newsfeed.time.com)
- The Death of Lenin, R.I.P. (redantliberationarmy.wordpress.com)
- In chilly Moscow, a heated debate over Lenin’s burial (worldblog.msnbc.msn.com)
- Russians Asked to Vote on Where to Bury Lenin (foxnews.com)
- Goodbye Lenin: Russians Vote To Bury Vladimir, 87 Years After Death (via NewsFeed) (calculable.org)
- Lenin on Red Square: should he stay or should he go? (rt.com)
- Goodbye Lenin – Moscow, Russia (travelpod.com)
- No plans to relocate Lenin’s body (rt.com)
- Russian poll suggests support for Lenin burial (bbc.co.uk)
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The November Socialist Revolution!
by Templar1307, on Flickr
sent to frizztext’s flickr group BLOG IT!
let lenin go the natural way
the body is after the dead only an empty part
Time to let go I think . . .
I like the work of the photographer
I will ask him, if he gives permission
to feature more of his work in cold Novosibirsk
Interesting… why the change?
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