Museum Of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, Split

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Museum Of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, Split - Address, Phone Number

Address: Stjepana Gunjace bb, 21000, Split, Croatia

Phone: +385-21323903

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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The Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments claims to be the only museum in Croatia that was set up with an aim to explore, collect, present and study the history of the Croats from the Middle Ages, respectively from the 7th to 15th century. This museum has been moved many a times due to varied reasons. During World War II, it was initially moved to Sinj, later to Klis and finally to Split, where you can visit it today. Inside the museum you will find a display of various jewellery, weaponry and objects of everyday use, as well as a large number of stone monuments that were part of the interior of early Croatian churches. A visit to this museum will definitely add to your knowledge of the history of Croatia and its culture.

Museum Of Croatian Archaeological Monuments Information

  • Photography is allowed with the special permission of the Museum’s Director.
  • The museum is disabled friendly.

Museum Of Croatian Archaeological Monuments Ticket Prices

  • Free entry

How To reach Museum Of Croatian Archaeological Monuments by Public Transport

  • By Train: Nearest Train station: Zeljeznickikolodvor Split

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  • A large selection of Croatian historical artefacts

  • la visite de ce musée est gratuite les objets exposés ne sont pas si nombreux et on a une sensation de vide dû à l'immensité des lieux. à l'étage la surface est réduite de moitié ( travaux ).

  • Prva liga!

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