This is one of the most unusual museums of Moscow. During the First Russian revolution they produced illegal handouts and a social-democratic newspaper.
The museum opened in 1924 and was created by people who used to work there. The museum is a unique monument of political Russian history; telling us about the illegal underground activity of the Bolshevik party.
Their cover at the time was as a shop selling fruit from the Caucus.
The printing area itself is in a hidden cave dug out of the ground. It still has an authentic typing machine. The entrance looks like a warehouse filled with boxes of fruit. The propaganda and paperwork was hidden in the bottom of the fruit boxes.
Cost: 2000 rub