Daily Archives: July 7, 2018

The Gilded Age

With its economic instability, mass immigration, corrupting influence of money on politics, and ever-increasing gap between the rich and everyone else, our current era bears more than a slight resemblance to the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, dubbed by … Continue reading

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Arsenal Museum

After driving behind KFOR vehicles in Kosovo exhibits like this have a new meaning for me. The museum has a huge collection of medieval arms and armor, with no narrative. The arms collection goes through the 19th Century and then … Continue reading

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Andrey Sheptytsky National Museum

Notice the Save Oleg Sentsov banners are more prominently displayed than the posters for the museum’s exhibits. “Between 1939 – 1950s, following the reorganization of the museum institutions,…” Indeed.

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Lviv Historical Museum

There is a range of prices for different exhibits, as in Odessa. The most expensive ticket is about 2 €. A very nice woman at the ticket desk explained the exhibits, and with a little German said the exhibit I … Continue reading

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