Holocaust Museum in Moscow, Russia. Originally it was synagogue but at beginning of Second Holocaust in 1948 Stalin ordered synagogue being closed and demolished. After collapse of Soviet Union some Russian Jews in Israel suggested that synagogue should reconstruct. Due Second Holocaust and expulsion of Russian Jews in Russia was very few Jews left even despite that Malenkov's regime restored citizenship of Russian Jews. So it was decided that it should change as museum. Due moneytary problems and collecting information and stuff like items and photos lasted quiet long time the building was finished only just in 2001. The museum contain much of items what had belonged to Russian Jews, photos, much of information about life of Jews under tsarist and Soviet regimes and there is even memorial room where is names of all these known Russian Jews who were perished during First and Second Holocaust. Nowadays Russia has one of strictest laws against Holocaust denial and antisemitism. But still nowadays in Russia lives only very few of Jews.