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A Russian communist has urged that the Lenin mausoleum on Red Square be kept open by charging admission, Pravda Rossii reported April 20. Nikolay Krivomazov noted that other countries charge admissions to their national shrines. He also suggested that this would help block any plans–such as Yeltsin’s in October 1993–to bury Lenin in St. Petersburg. Copyright 1995 (c) — The Jamestown Foundation

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