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Five things to know about Lenin's mummified bodyAlmost 94 years after his death and a quarter century after the fall of the Soviet Union, Vladimir Lenin's mummified body continues to be displayed in a mausoleum on Red Square in Moscow. Though the question of what to do about Lenin's body comes up regularly in Russia, authorities have so far been reluctant to remove the corpse. Here is what you need to know about the body of the Soviet leader.Every week, the scientists check on Lenin's body, which lies at a specific temperature and humidity.An uncertain futureShould Lenin's body be removed from the mausoleum and buried as he wanted?
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