Stalin’s Dacha in Sochi is one of the 18 summer houses belonging to Joseph Stalin, famous Russian political leader and dictator of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Here, he spent three months every summer from 1936 to 1953, when he died. The building has two stories with minimalistic interior environment and conspicuous austerity. There are no expensive pictures, pieces of art, and luxurious furniture – this describes the owner of the house as a very ascetic person.
Interesting Facts about Sochi Stalin’s Summer Residence
- It’s one of the few authentic relics left in the city from the Communist Era. You’ll hardly find any other place illustrating the epoch so vividly and true-to-life.
- Stalin loved the city of Sochi and this particular place very much – you’ll surely feel it in every square meter of this house.
- When you travel to Stalin’s Summer Dacha, you can sit at the table, where the head of the Soviet industrial complex used to work, or sleep in the same rooms like in a hotel.
- It’s interesting to note that the private pool of the politician, situated in the first floor, is only 5-feet deep, with a tiny army cot like the ones used by simple Soviet soldiers.
- According to Stalin’s requirements, the house was painted pea green, the color making it blend into the forest.
- One more interesting fact is that the summer residence was constructed with wood and glue only. There are no metal nails in Stalin's dacha.
- Besides, there are no carpets in the house, so that its owner – when he lived there – could hear the steps of possible intruders.
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