The Village of Sokolniki Near Lviv in Archival Photographs

Open 10:00-16:00. Sat 10:00-18:00, Closed Mon.       ul. Traugutta 111/113
CANCELLED  The charm of old photographs... Family and religious celebrations, images of everyday life, inhabitants dressed in folk costumes are portrayed in dozen of photographs of the no longer existing world of the pre-war village of Sokolniki, a large village located a few kilometres south of Lviv, which until World War II was inhabited almost exclusively by Polish people. After 1945, the vast majority of its inhabitantswas resettled to the western territories of post-war Poland. The exhibition also features family documents, souvenirs, religious paintings, folk costumes and everyday objects brought from the Eastern Borderlands.



Open 10:00-16:00. Sat 10:00-18:00, Closed Mon. Feb 1 2020 - Apr 9 2020
Ethnographic Museum
ul. Traugutta 111/113
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Admission 10/8zł


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