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English: Statue of Vladimir Lenin outside the Finland Station in St. Petersburg, Russia. May 2008. Lenin arrived at the Finland Station in 1917 on a sealed train from Germany, to lead the Bolsheviks in the revolution of later that year.
Date 18 July 2009
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