Located in a Soviet Hotel that catered to foreigners, the KGB Museum is a small, but uber interesting venue that might make your spine tingle a little, especially if you lived during the Cold War years. While a hotel, the KGB operated in half the building while foreigners occupied the other rooms of the "hotel." The rooms were naturally bugged with various spy gadgets.
The museum is filled with spy-related gadgets and exhibits that denote the KGB's methods. A veritable time capsule, the museum is a must for anyone interested in Soviet-era history or the KGB.
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