In new meaning for bilateral ties, Bahrainis discover Russia

Nov

18

2014

“This is certainly the highlight of my trip to Russia,” said Fatima as she came out of Lenin’s Mausoleum in Moscow’s iconic Red Square.

In a country known by history enthusiasts as the mysterious land of the tsars, it is easy to assume the young Bahraini woman would be more shaken by the opulent museums and historical buildings.

As she careers between the major sites of the capital she is exploring for the first time, Fatima never thought the sight of a man who died 90 years ago and who is lying in a dark room would give her such a feeling.

She was not a fan of Lenin, but had read books about him, the Kremlin and Red Square and watched numerous films showing the famous places, and here she is now in the same setting, enjoying every minute.

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