Yanukoych, who claimed he grew up without necessities, abandoned his 336-acre estate -- which included a castle, helicopter landing pad and a yacht -- when he was overthrown during a February uprising. He is now believed to be living in
The exhibition in
The rarities include a collection of Byzantine religious icons, some dating to the 14th century; works by Picasso; rare and old firearms; and the reportedly priceless book Apostle by
The collection also includes 20 portraits of Yanukovych himself, a portrait of Pshonka dressed in 18th century Russian military uniform, a tennis racket made of gold, and a diamond-encrusted handgun.
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