It's interesting to realize that every city can be perceived as a biographical museum of its kind. In many streets you can find plaques, busts or monuments telling the stories about inspiring man and women of our history. My grandfather was fascinated about this fact and that's why he spent more than a decade writing about these notable people. The monumental work of nearly 400 biographies written in rich, almost poetic language, remained unfinished as he was caught by a stroke.
Naturally, my duty was to make sure that the work of my ancestor will not become forgotten. In the past year I finally started with more concentrated work on proofreading and publishing his writings. I had to hire an editor to help me and together we went through all the texts and corrected not only grammatical errors but also many historical ones. With the respect to the type of text, I decided to publish all the texts online, specifically on a MediaWiki platform, so the texts could be edited by anyone as on Wikipedia. Today, all the texts are online and Pantheon's texts are cited by many Wikipedia pages, in several local newspapers and elsewhere. Pantheon was well-received by head of biographical studies at Academy of sciences and it's been archived by the National library. Despite partial success, there is still a work to do. For example, currently, I work on the interactive map.