The Ukrainian 1960s Movement Museum opened in Kyiv, ForUm correspondent reports.

The museum is a branch of the Kyiv History Museum. It occupies the first floor of 7 Honchar Street.

The museum exhibits documents, books and personal letters of the Ukrainian intellectuals of the 1960s movement, namely Ivan Svetlichny, Yevhen Sverstiuk, Vasyl Stus, Vyacheslav Chornovil and others.

As reported by senior museum researcher Natalia Yosypenko, the museum will start working from August 23 and will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except of Monday.

Admission fee is 25 UAH. However, the museum workers are holding negotiations with the Kyiv authorities on lowering the ticket prices, as well as providing discounts for students, pupils and pensioners.

She also added that on August 23 and 24, the entrance to the museum will be free.

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