The National Museum of Ethnography is a museum of ethnography in Warsaw. It was established in 1888. One of the oldest ethnographic museums in Poland and certainly one of the biggest in Europe! The collection is made up of objects, folk art, costumes, crafts, sculptures, paintings and other art from Poland, Europe, Africa, Australia, Oceania and Latin and South America. The museum has a permanent exhibition, a library (around 26000 volumes), a Photographic and Film Records Studio and a Central Repository for the Museum’s Collections; it produces temporary exhibitions, research projects and publications. The Polish collection is composed of around 13500 exhibits in the permanent collection and over 1000 in the deposits.


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