Probably all of us have heard of the Lenin’s Mausoleum, a structure placed in the middle of the Red Square right to the Kremlin.
There is a Lenin’s body inside, conserved and set for display.
Soviet State at that time didn’t have probably enough resources to build it from red granite and decided to build it from wood.
But then a few years later they decided to rebuild it according to the original project and started bringing big granite blocks to the Red Square.
But then World War II began and they had to build a house around the mausoleum so that to hide it from Nazi bombers.
And then in 1953 Stalin died. So they put Stalin inside the Mausoleum and it got inscription “STALIN” right below “LENIN”.