Exactly two years ago, the Yeltsin Center was pompously opened in the "capital" of the Urals. The massive building, called the "museum", was built in the very center of Ekaterinburg. As planned by the initiators, the “museum” will have to tell future generations about the era of Boris Yeltsin’s rule. Like any other similar "institution", the "museum" aims to ennoble "dashing 90-x." But how did ordinary Russians remember this time, and what was their "likhost"?
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