How a Ukrainian school teacher created a “mini-Louvre” in a remote village

Small and remote as it is, the village of Parkhomivka, located 100 kilometres from the east-Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, is well known for its art museum that houses a unique collection of masterpieces, namely paintings by such world-famous artists as Pablo Picasso, Camille Pissarro, Kazymyr Malevych, Vasyl Kandinsky, etc. The museum was founded in 1955…

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