At the Romanian Kitsch Museum, a mannequin depicts Dracula, and behind him a poster attempts to differentiate between Bram Stoker’s character and the medieval ruler Vlad the Impaler.
At the Romanian Kitsch Museum, a mannequin depicts Dracula, and behind him a poster attempts to differentiate between Bram Stoker’s character and the medieval ruler Vlad the Impaler. Vadim Ghirda The Associated Press
At the Romanian Kitsch Museum, a mannequin depicts Dracula, and behind him a poster attempts to differentiate between Bram Stoker’s character and the medieval ruler Vlad the Impaler. Vadim Ghirda The Associated Press

Romanian museum puts culture of kitsch on display

May 09, 2017 04:27 PM

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