Lenin's head recovered from Berlin forest
A huge granite likeness of Lenin’s head has been uncovered in a forest outside Berlin and brought to Spandau, where it will be housed in a museum.
The piece had originally topped an 18m statue that once stood in East Berlin.
After the fall of the Wall it was dismantled and buried in the woods.
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