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Liepāja Museum is the largest museum in the historical region of Courland, Latvia and possesses more than 100,000 articles, but in the halls of the museum you can see 1,500 exhibits. Permanent displays tell of Liepāja’s history, starting from its early days and of the ethnography of South Kurzeme. They feature a special collection of tinware and an exhibition telling about the life and works of the wood carver Miķelis Pankoks. The Museum also regularly hosts various local, national and international art exhibitions.
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