Cookie Policy

Website cookie policy

This cookie policy (the “Cookie Policy”) is in conjunction with our Privacy Policy, which sets out how we collect and share data (you can read our Privacy Policy here). This Cookie Policy applies to the use of cookies on the website of MO Museum (hereinafter – the Museum) (hereinafter – the Website).


Cookies are text files that contain a small amount of information sent to your browser and stored on your computer, mobile phone or other device when you visit a website. Every time you visit the same website, cookies send information to that website again.


Cookies are not mandatory, except for strictly mandatory cookies. However, by refusing to use our cookies, we will not be able to ensure the smooth and convenient use of the Website. In all cases, we collect personal data with the help of cookies with your consent, except for the data we collect using strictly mandatory cookies.


Strictly mandatory cookies

These cookies are necessary for you to browse the Website, use it and its features.

Functional cookies

Functional cookies store information about your choices and allow you to customize the use of the Website according to your needs. The Museum uses functional cookies to remember your choices about language, country or other browser settings and to provide personalized or improved features of your choice so that you do not have to re-enter all of this information the next time you visit the site. For example, the Museum may also track your browser settings in order to properly display the Site on your screen. If you delete functional cookies, all selections or selected settings will not be saved on subsequent visits.

Statistics/performance cookies

These cookies are used by the Museum to collect information about how visitors use the Website. These statistics provide us with information on how often the Website is visited, how much time is spent on it, and how often the features of the Website are used. This allows us to improve the structure of the Website, navigation in it and in such a way that browsing the Website is as user-friendly as possible. The Museum can monitor you for any errors and determine which parts of the Website need to be corrected.

Advertising cookies

These cookies are used to evaluate the delivery and performance of your campaigns and to limit the amount of advertising you receive. Third-party advertisers, ad networks, data exchange, market analysis, and other service providers may place third-party targeted advertising cookies on your device.



Name                                                                              Purpose                                                                                                                         Data retention duration


Category: functional cookies

cookiesAgree Designed to capture a visitor’s consent to cookies. Valid until the end of the site visit. Until the end of the session
CookiesLevelx To determine what types of cookies a visitor has agreed to. Until deletion
_icl_current_language To set the selected user language on the page. 1 day


Category: statistical cookies

_ga A unique ID is used to collect statistics about a website 2 Years
_gat This cookie is used by Google Analytics to limit the frequency of queries 1 Day
_gid This cookie is used by Google Analytics to identify users 1 Day
_hjAbsoluteSessionInProgress This cookie is used to count the number of times a website has been visited by different visitors – this is done by assigning an ID to the visitor, so the visitor does not register twice 1 Day
_hjid A unique session ID is set. This allows the website to obtain data on visitor behaviour for statistical purposes 1 Year
_hjIncludedInPageviewSample A cookie determines whether a user’s browsing needs to be recorded in a particular statistical location 1 Day
pll_language This cookie is used to set the visitor’s preferred language 1 Year


Category: advertising cookies

_fbp The cookie is used for Facebook advertising purposes 3 Months
_gcl_au Google AdSense is used to experiment with advertising performance on sites that use their services 3 Months
ads/ga-audiences This cookie is used by Google AdWords to re-engage visitors in order to turn them into customers based on visitor behaviour across all sites Until the end of the session
fr Facebook is the main advertising cookie used to serve, evaluate and improve the display of relevant ads 3 Months
IDE A Google advertising cookie used for user tracking and ad targeting purposes 1 Year
pagead/1p-user-list/# Sees if the user is interested in specific products or events

multiple sites and determines how the user browses

Until the end of the session
test_cookie Used to check if the user’s browser supports cookies 1 Day
tr Used to create ads Until the end of the session
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE Cookies enable Google to collect visitor information for videos on YouTube 3 Months
YSC Logs a unique ID to keep track of what YouTube videos a user has seen Until the end of the session
yt-remote-cast-installed Protects user video player settings with embedded YouTube video Until the end of the session
yt-remote-connected-devices Protects user video player settings with embedded YouTube video Permanently
yt-remote-device-id Protects user video player settings with embedded YouTube video Permanently
yt-remote-fast-check-period Protects user video player settings with embedded YouTube video Until the end of the session
yt-remote-session-app Protects user video player settings with embedded YouTube video Until the end of the session
yt-remote-session-name Protects user video player settings with embedded YouTube video Until the end of the session


Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager

Websites also contains certain components that are transmitted by Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google Inc. These are third-party cookies that are collected and processed anonymously in order to monitor and improve the performance of the main website (performance improvement cookie). Google Analytics uses cookies to collect and analyse anonymous information about the actions of users of the website. This information is collected by Google Analytics, which processes it to report to site owners on-site activity. More information is available at the following websites: and

You can choose to cancel the installation of Google Analytics in your browser by selecting the Google opt-out component. To disable Google Analytics, click this link


We would like to emphasize that no personal data is collected to identify you and any information collected is used only for traffic analysis purposes. We use the cookies we use to collect the following information:

  • total number of users visited;
  • time spent by the user on the page;
  • number of pages viewed by users per session;
  • new/old visitor ratio;
  • what browser the page was visited in, its version and language;
  • the location from which the page was visited;
  • the device on which the page was viewed (desktop, tablet, or mobile phone);
  • how the page was accessed (by typing the web address directly into the browser, through search engines (Google, Bing, etc.), through social networks (Facebook, etc.), through other links.


You can manage and/or delete cookies at will. You can delete all saved cookies on your computer, and in most browsers, you can choose not to save cookies. Keep in mind that disabling cookies may cause you to lose access to many features that are also necessary for the operation of websites. For more information about cookies, visit for more detailed and independent information on how to disable cookies in your browser settings and how to remove cookies already on your computer. To delete cookies from your mobile phone, see your phone’s user guide.


This Cookie Policy is effective from 2020 December 21st. In the event of a change in the Cookie Policy, we will publish an updated version of it on our Website. Changes and additions to the Cookie Policy take effect from the moment they are published on the Website.