The Bohdan Nestor Łepki Museum

The Bohdan Nestor Łepki Museum is a non-existent museum that was founded in 1994 and was located at 28 Paulińska Street in Krakow. The Bohdan Nestor Łepki Educational Association helped to organize the museum. The museum had only a few rooms, but it housed many paintings, icons, graphics and models of Orthodox churches, often already demolished or taken over by Catholic churches. There were also over 20 paintings from the iconostasis, removed from the Greek Catholic church of Saint Norbert located on Wiślna Street. Other items in the museum are portraits and graphics by the artist Leon Getz, bronze products, ceramics, masks, sculptures of Greek gods, oil lamps from archaeological excavations. The museum also had a room dedicated to Bohdan Nestor Łepki, where you could see exhibits such as his portraits, paintings, sketches, books by him, and various small items.

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