"O my Lord, what a beauteous dream."
October 16th
14:35
The last remaining monument to Lenin in Mongolia was removed by crane in Ulaanbaatar on Sunday October 14, 2012, after he stood in place for decades. Mayor of Bath condemned Lenin, as the world’s criminals, and said that the statue embodied the repression of the Soviet years. According to 58-year-old mayor, four-meter statue will be auctioned at a starting price of 400,000 MNT, or about $ 285.
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The last remaining monument to Lenin in Mongolia was removed by crane in Ulaanbaatar on Sunday October 14, 2012, after he stood in place for decades. Mayor of Bath condemned Lenin, as the world’s criminals, and said that the statue embodied the repression of the Soviet years. According to 58-year-old mayor, four-meter statue will be auctioned at a starting price of 400,000 MNT, or about $ 285.

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