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In the summer before the October Revolution was Lenin banned by the Tsar of Russia. He lived secretly in a forest north of St. Petersburg in Finland disguised as a hayfarmer. He shaved his baird and wore a wig. In this period he wrote is his book State And Revolution.
He lived in a hut made of branches. After Lenin’s death the hay hut was recreated on the site and also statues were raised and a museum.
The desktop shows the hut of Lenin and his book State And Revolution.