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Statue of Lenin, Seattle

The 16-foot cast bronze sculpture of Communist leader Vladimir Lenin was created by Emil Venkov originally for the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in Poprad.

The 16-foot cast bronze sculpture of Communist leader Vladimir Lenin was created by Emil Venkov originally for the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in Poprad. After the Velvet Revolution, the 7 ton statue of Lenin surrounded by flames and guns was brought to Seattle and installed as a Fremont landmark. The statue's hands are often painted red as a reminder of his Red Terror regime when political opponents were repressed and masses killed.


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About Statue of Lenin

 3526 Fremont Pl N, Seattle, WA 98103

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