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It opened last summer and has since hosted a permanent exhibition, which covers events dating to the Kyivan Rus period up to modern times that took place in the city, as well as the historic figures that drove them. 

Kyiv’s history museum dates to 1978 when it was established inside the Klovsky Palace, an 18th-century building located in the heart of the city. It was once one of Kyiv’s top landmarks.

But it was closed in 2003 to make way for the Supreme Court, following a government resolution and all the showpieces were locked up in Ukrainsky Dim (Ukrainian House), the capital’s exhibition center.  

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