Potemkin Village

As currently used, this is something that is impressive on the outside, but it is in fact a false front concealing an unseemly interior.

The term is named after Minister Grigori Potemkin, who constructed fakek, happy villages for Catherine the Great to view as she toured the Ukraine.

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