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Museum of Communism, Warsaw

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Museum of Communism, Poland
LocationPoland Edit this at Wikidata
Coordinates52°13′54″N 21°00′23″E / 52.2317°N 21.0064°E / 52.2317; 21.0064Coordinates: 52°13′54″N 21°00′23″E / 52.2317°N 21.0064°E / 52.2317; 21.0064
Museum of Communism, Warsaw
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The Museum of Communism is a museum focusing on the communist period of Polish history, located in the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. The museum was founded in 1999 by Czeslaw Bielecki, Jacek Fedorowicz, and Andrzej Wajda, with the cooperation of Teresa Bogucka, Anna Fedorowicz, and Krystyna Zachwatowicz.[citation needed]


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Exhibits include photographs, videos, and other pieces that illustrate violence and acts of resistance during the Communist era. Displays will detail the poor quality of goods, free healthcare, free education, advances in science, militarism, and constant control.

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