Museum of Marko Cheremshyna
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Museum of Marko Cheremshyna

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Snjatyn literature-memorial museum of Marko Cheremshyna.

The exposition of the Museum features the life and creative work of well-known Ukrainian writer, social and political personality Ivan Semaniuk (pen-name – Marko Cheremshyna).

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