Nueva Australia was supposed to be a communist utopia in the middle of Paraguay. But the Australians who sailed there were defeated by their own disunity.
When the Soviets left Estonia, their statues remained. Rather than destroy them, the people of Estonia dumped some of them here in a hidden spot in Tallinn.
It’s often hard to imagine these days that Prague was under communist rule for so long – but this museum gives an insight into those dark days.