Museums in Zagreb

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Museum of Broken Relationships

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binära optioner bra eller dåligt You may well have heard of this museum even if you’ve never been to Zagreb, for its exhibits have toured to a number of foreign venues including a successful run at the Tristan Bates Theatre in London in summer 2011. A quirky museum, it is well worth a visit – its pieces have been donated by people from across the world, with an accompanying story of a past relationship which can be sad, amusing or unusual – a fascinating yet brief glimpse into something so private and personal. The museum was a European Museum Award winner in 2011 for the Kenneth Hudson award of the most innovative museum in Europe.

Museum of Contemporary Art (Muzej suvremene umjetnosti)

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Website: www.msu.hr

high frequency trading In a very modern, architecturally-designed building (which opened in 2009), the Museum of Contemporary Art is home to both its permanent Collection in Motion exhibit and a great selection of temporary exhibits throughout the year – check on their website for a run-down of the latest events. One of the most famous items at the Museum is the Double Slide by Carsten Höller.

Archeological Museum (Arheoloski muzej)

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Website: www.amz.hr

curso de opciones binarias accion del precio Home to a fascinating variety of collections, including items from prehistoric times (featuring 78,000 artifacts – making it one of largest collections in Europe), Greek and Roman times and the Medieval period, as well as an Egyptian Mummy and a superb collection of coins, notes and other forms that were once used as payment. One of the must-see exhibits is the Vucedol dove (an important symbol of Croatia) – a patridge-shaped vessel that was made between 2,800 and 2,500 BC.

Mimara Museum

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166 option fundamentals Housing the private collection of Ante Topic Mimara, the Museum is home to over 3,750 works of art that was only opened to the public in 1987. Top pieces to see include works by Carveggio, Canaletto, Goya, Renoir, Degas, and Manet. The museum itself is a striking, 19th century building that used to be a school.

Museum of Arts & Crafts (Muzej za umjetnost i obrt)

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Website: www.muo.hr

trading con oscillatori Founded in 1880, the museum was once also a crafts school. It houses a collection of over 160,000 objects, from ceramics, textiles and paintings to furniture, musical instruments and more.

Automobile Museum Ferdinand Budicki

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Website: www.otk-ferdinandbudicki.hr

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