Ethnographic Museum, Branch of the National Museum in Wrocław

The Museum holds an exquisite collection of figurative beehives, gingerbread baking tins, painted furniture, painted glass and devotional sculpture and prints.

The Ethnographic Museum is a branch of the National Museum in Wrocław.

The Museum holds an exquisite collection of figurative beehives, gingerbread baking tins, painted furniture, painted glass and devotional sculpture and prints. The Museum showcases the culture of former Eastern frontiers of Poland (today’s Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine), the culture of the Lemko people and Byzantine Catholic communities and Polish post-war repatriate communities from former Yugoslavia, Romanian Bukovina, France and Belgium.

Designed in collaboration with other museums in Poland and elsewhere, temporary exhibitions go beyond Lower Silesia and even Europe.

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