Lenin's Mausoleum otherwise called Lenin's Tomb, arranged in Red Square in the focal point of Moscow, is a catacomb that right now fills in as the resting spot of Soviet pioneer Vladimir Lenin. His safeguarded body has been on open show there since not long after his demise in 1924, with uncommon special cases in wartime. Aleksey Shchusev's minute however amazing stone structure fuses a few components from antiquated sepulchers, for example, the Step Pyramid, the Tomb of Cyrus the Great and, to some degree, Temple of the Inscriptions.
Lenin kicked the bucket on January 21, 1924. After two days modeler Aleksey Shchusev was accused of building a structure reasonable for review of the body by grievers. A wooden tomb, in Red Square by the Kremlin divider, was prepared on January 27, and soon thereafter Lenin's box was put in it.