Bohdan Lepky Museum

The museum located at 28 Paulińska Street in Krakow was established in 1994 with the help of the Stowarzyszenie Oświatowe, but does no longer exist. The museum in its many rooms collected not only paintings, icons and graphics, but also models of orthodox churches that were destroyed or taken over by Catholic churches. One of the museum rooms was dedicated to the patron – Bohdan Lepky and his portraits, paintings and sketches. While visiting the museum, we could admire bronze products, ceramics, masks and sculptures.

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