Stalin’s Underground Printing House in Tbilisi (Georgia), from 1903 to 1906 the Bolsheviks printed thousands of trilingual brochures (Georgian, Russian, Armenian) on this old german press.
Sulaymaniyah’s Amna Suraka, AKA Red Prison, nowaday turns into a museum was used by the Mukhabarat ( Iraq’s secret intelligence agency) as a state’s torture and imprisonment site for the Iraq’s Kurdish population
Tsitsernakaberd ‘s memorial – Inside the Armenian Genocide memorial complex // Yerevan // Armenia
Museum of The History of Ukraine in World War II // Kiev // Ukraine)
One after the other …
In 2015 the Ukrainian parliament has voted to ban propaganda and symbols of totalitarian, Communist and Nazi regimes on its territory.
Blooming tomb of tyrants ?
Nicolae Ceausescu and Elena Ceausescu’s grave ( Bucarest // Roumania ) & Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum “House of Flowers” ( Belgrade // Serbia)