This was the first sign I saw that reminded me I was living in a communist country!
along Pirita tee in Tallinn
Within this Casino is the Museum of Communism
Bulgarian Communist Party had changed its name to Bulgarian Socialist Party in 1990 after the renunciation of Marxism-Leninism. It doesn't reside here anymore.
A memorial for unknown soldiers and eternal flame.
A large monument for celebrating a victory in WWII in Rostov-na-Donu.
The largest head of Lenin in the world, 12t in weight and 13.5m in height, is located in the Soviet Square, Ulan-Ude. Started to work in 1970 and never finished.
The year 1956 saw massive protests against the Polish government and the Soviet Union in Poznan, which are called Poznan June (Poznański Czerwiec). The left cross shows the year of 1956, when the protest took place in Poznan, and the right cross shows the years of other protests in various Polish cities.
This memorial was erected by the Soviet Union for the soldiers who died during the Battle of Berlin.
The statue of Kim Il-sung in the Mansude Square. It was erected in 1972 for his 60th birthday.
Communist slogan in scenic area of Mt. Myohang.
Thousands of people are forced to dance. Unfortunately they have no choice but dancing.
War memorial for soldiers died during the Great Patriotic War (Великая Отечественная война).