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Croatian Museum of Naif Art

Croatian Museum of Naïve Art (Sv Ćirila i Metoda 3, Zagreb) — The Croatian Museum of Naive Art holds more than 1,875 works of art – paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints – mainly by Croatian artists.  Naïve Art consists of a discrete group of painters and sculptors untrained in the ways of art, among the […]

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Croatian History Museum

Croatian History Museum (Matoševa 9, Zagreb) — In 1991, at a time of democratic change and the processes which led to independence for the Republic of Croatia, the Historical Museum of Croatia and the Museum of the Revolution of the Peoples of Croatia were integrated to establish the unified state institution known as the Croatian […]

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Art Pavilion

Art Pavilion (Trg Kralja Tomislava 22, Zagreb) – this museum was originally located in Budapest – where it took part in the Millennial exhibition in 1896.  Shortly thereafter, the iron framework of the Croatian pavilion was shipped to Zagreb.  From that point on, this museum was built, where it has since hosted various exhibits of […]

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Archaeological Museum

Archaeological Museum (Zrinjevac 19, Zagreb) – opened in 1846, this museum and its three floors have a variety of sections dedicated to ancient history – artifacts displayed here range from Ancient Egyptian sarcophagi, statues, & jewelry; to to the 4th century BC Zagreb Mummy (wrapped in a shroud that reveals rare Etruscan texts).  There’s also […]

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CROATIA

The former Yugoslavian republic of Croatia has a history that goes back to the days when portions of that country were made part of the Roman Empire as the province of Illyricum (c 32 BC).  After that Empire’s fall, the country eventually became the Kingdom of Croatia (925-1102 AD) – the origin of its current […]