When Lithuanian officials began removing Soviet-era statues and artwork, entrepreneur Viliumas Malinauskas asked authorities if he could have them for a privately financed museum. The result is Grūtas Park, outside Druskininkai, which opened in 2001. There you can walk among Stalin and Lenin, as well as prominent Lithuanian communists. On special occasions, actors dress up in costume for reenactments of Soviet-era festivals.
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