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Riga Museum of World Freemasonry

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Greatest collection of freemasonry artifacts in Northern and Eastern Europe: Spendenkonto

Modern exposition, developed by famous creative Engineering Bureau

We have developed personalized certificates for visiting our museum

The owners of the certificates receive a visit to the museum at any time from the moment of its opening. The certificates are issued to anyone who donates at least 7 euros for the construction of the exhibition.

Almost four months ago, on October 14, we started raising funds for the construction of an exposition of our museum in Riga.

Over the past five months, a lot has been done: we have created a website for the museum, have been able to prepare the premises for the construction of the exposition. We solved all organizational issues by establishing a non-profit society Erasm in Latvia to ensure the work of our museum. Also, in collaboration with a leading museum building company, we have created a stunning exhibition project.

This is a unique modern interactive museum with one of the largest private collection of Masonic artifacts in Europe, combining exhibits not only for three hundred years of the official existence of Freemasonry, but also substantively representing its roots in the Renaissance, deepening the historical perspective up to five hundred years ago.The earliest artifacts of our collection date from the early 16th century.

There have already been about a dozen publications related to the museum in different languages:https://rus.tvnet.lv/7095441/tayny-taynogo-obshchestva-5-mifov-o-masonstvehttps://www.logically.ai/articles/sworn-in-secrecy-what-the-qanon-and-freemasonry-conspiracies-have-in-commonhttps://focuspress.ro/masoneria-mondiala-isi-deschide-muzeu-la-riga-se-cauta-finantare-pentru-finalizarea-proiectulu

We also talked about Freemasonry in a historical context, demonstrating museum exhibits, talking with scientists.For example, here is a conversation with a famous historian, Professor Alexander Etkind.https://www.facebook.com/580187905995447/videos/2375480022576222

We, as a museum, cannot stop engaging in educational activities, since the history of Freemasonry is a fascinating material, which in many respects is the key to understanding many historical processes.But - most importantly - we need to continue building the museum.And here we really need your help and support.

We ask you to help us to collect 50 thousand euros. At this stage of the project this sum is crucial for us. There is an easy way to do so:

Donate 7 euros to us and receive a personal certificate for visiting the museum at any time from the moment of its opening.

To help us in our construction, follow the link below, choose the form of donation convenient for you, and then you will be asked to receive a certificate for visiting the museum to your e-mail. If you are donating via Gogetfunding and direct bank transfer, please add a note that you want to get a personal certificate.Start your adventure right now. And very soon you will see what has been hidden for several centuries by a veil of rumors, misinterpretations and misunderstandings.

Your modest contribution of 7 euros will help us to substantively tell the story of how our civilization has developed since Early modern period, and to see together the vector of its development. https://masonicmuseum.eu/donate.html

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The opening room of the museum will show a graphic depiction of the development of symbolic Freemasonry, starting from the 17th century to nowadays.



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About Us

Freemasonry museum in Riga will introduce residents and guests of Riga to the history of spiritual search, the formation of a humanistic community and the phenomenon of Freemasonry from its origins to the present. The museum shows geography of Freemasonry from from Great Britain and continental Western Europe to America and Russia.

show the development of Freemasonry from the guilds of masons, creators of the Renaissance, humanists to the first members of the first scientific societies; talk about the role of Freemasonry in the social, political and cultural development of different countries; cover the diverse activities of modern Masonic lodges; create a new landmark in Riga.

Media about us:

Chayka: A temple is being built in the soul of every Freemason, and a museum is being built on Baznicas Street in Riga (13.08.2021)
Mixnews: Founder of the Riga Museum of World Freemasonry: even Merkel Street is named after a Freemason (09.07.2021)
The Cross Keys magazine: Museum of Freemasonry, Latvia (03.2021)
Spletnik: Konstantin Rubakhin, his Museum of Freemasonry in Riga and world conspiracy (09.03.2021)
Chayka: "We plan to open in late spring..." Konstantin Rubakhin creates The Museum of World Freemasonry in Riga (20.01.2021)
FocusPress: Museum of freemasonry opens in Riga: funding is being sought to complete the project (14.01.2021)
GoWorldTravelMagazine: Year-Round Northern Adventures: Top Things to Do in Latvia
TVNET: Secrets of secret societies: 5 myths about freemasonry (01.11.2020)
Radio Baltkom: Baltkom's morning - Founder of Riga Museum Of World Freemasonry (05.10.2020)
Logically: Sworn in Secrecy: What the QAnon and Freemasonry Conspiracies Have in Common (30.07.2020)
Medium.com: "You won't get your craft in your coffin" How to become immortal by collecting masonic artifacts (25.03.2020)
Radio Baltkom: Konstantin Rubakhin about secrets of freemasonry (06.01.2020)


TEL +3712 703 29 30


Latvia, Riga, Baznicas 7, LV-1010



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