Go to the central square of any Soviet influenced country like Lithuania, and you will find empty pedestals.
The pedestals used hold monuments to Soviet leaders. Where there once were statues of Lenin and Stalin, you now find overgrown bushes and pop-up cell phone stores.
Where are the statues now? In Lithuania, they are in a pseudo-theme park called Grūtas Park or, unofficially, Stalin World.
With special guest Monika Bernotas.
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