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Jakarta Post

Washington DC’s new International Spy Museum offers an inside look into the world of espionage and intelligence, boasting items like the ice axe used to assassinate Russian opposition leader Leon Trotsky and a waterboarding torture kit and table. Having cost $162 million to build, the museum also features interactive exhibits so visitors can test their spy skills.

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