Justinian Jampol

Founder of the Wende Museum

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Justinian Jampol is the founder of the Wende Museum.

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Fifteen years ago Justinian Jampol began collecting the art, artifacts and detritus of the daily lives of people from the former Eastern Block.

A turning point for Wende Museum of the Cold War

Fifteen years ago Justinian Jampol began collecting the art, artifacts and detritus of the daily lives of people from the former Eastern Block.

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