Brochure Museums, Galleries, Collections Zagreb 2012

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Cultural brochure listing detail informations about Zagreb's museums, galleries and collections.

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    Museums, Galleries, Collec ons

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    Museums, Galleries, Collec ons

  • Car Park

    DisabledAccess

    Guides forthe Blind

    ProfessionalGuides

    Natural History

    Religious

    Schools

    Sports

    Technical

    Typhlology

    Art

    Military

    Local Culture

    Legend: Address Phone and Fax (Dialling code for Croatia: +385) E-mail address Web site

    Type of Museum:

    page Museums ...... 4 Galleries ..... 40 Collections ...54

    Mobile Guide

    Permanent Exhibition

    RestaurantNo Restaurant

    Archaeology

    Banking

    Ethnographic

    City

    Hunting

    Memorial

    Police

    Post - Philately - Telecommunications

    History

    Opening Hours Ticket Price Guided Tours Other Amenities How to Get There

    Group Visits

    Photography Allowed

    Museum Shop

    Restaurant / Caf

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  • Content:

    11 The Croa an History Museum 12 The Croa an Natural History Musem 13 The Croa an School Museum 14 The Croa an Sports Museum 15 The Croa an Railway Museum 16 The Croa an Society of Ar sts 17 The HT Museum The Museum of Post and Telecommunica ons 18 The Klovievi dvori Gallery 19 Lauba The House for People and Art 20 The Hun ng Museum of the Croa an Hun ng Associa on 21 The Ante and Wiltrud Topi Mimara Art Collec on - Mimara Museum 22 The Modern Gallery 23 The Museum of the Blessed Alojzije Stepinac 24 The Zagreb City Museum 25 The Marton Museum

    page 4 The Archaeological Museum in Zagreb 5 The Metrovi Atelier 6 The PBZ Museum of Banking 7 The Ethnographic Museum 8 The Glyptotheque of the Croa an Academy of Sciences and Arts 9 The Croa an Museum of Nave Art 10 The Croa an Museum of Architecture of the Academy of Sciences and Arts

    Museums, Galleries, Collec ons

  • 26 The Draen Petrovi Museum and Memorial Centre 27 The Police Museum 28 The Museum of Broken Rela onships 29 The Prigorje Museum 32 The Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church of the Zagreb and Ljubljana Metropolitanate 33 The Museum of Contemporary Art 34 The Museum of Arts and Cra s 35 The HAZU Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters 36 The Technical Museum 37 The Typhlology Museum 38 The Art Pavilion 39 The Military Museum of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Croa a

    page 40 The Design Centre of the Croa an Chamber of Economy Cro Art Photo Club Europe House 41 The KIC Photo Gallery The A Gallery The Barrel Gallery 42 The Bernardo Bernardi Gallery The Canvas Gallery The Dogaanja Gallery 43 The Felix Gallery The Forum Gallery The Fotoklub Zagreb Gallery 44 The Karas Gallery The Kranjar Gallery The Kristofor Stankovi Gallery 45 The LIKUM Gallery The Marisall Gallery The Mijo Kovai Gallery 46 The Milan and Ivo Steiner Gallery The Mirko Virius Gallery The Miroslav Kraljevi Gallery 47 The Movara Gallery The Modulor Gallery The Nano Gallery 48 The Permanenta Gallery The Gallery of the Peoples Open University The Expanded Media Gallery 49 The Ring Gallery

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  • The Student Centre Gallery The Gallery of the Zagreb County Tourist Associa on 50 The Vladimir Buani Gallery The Vladimir Filakovac Gallery The Vladimir Horvat Gallery 51 The VN Gallery The Zlatni konj Gallery The Zrinski Gallery 52 The Zvonimir Gallery HDD The Croa an Society of Designers The Mdiathque of the French Ins tute 53 The Nova Gallery The Josip Rai Studio The ULUPUH Gallery

    page 54 The Too Dabac Archive The Zla Dona on The Inventory of the Crypt of the Franciscan Monastery of Our Lady of Lourdes 55 The Inventory of the Monastery and Provincialate of the Conventual Franciscans The Inventory of the Parochial House of the Church of St Mark the Evangelist The HAZU Graphics O ce 56 The Jewish Community of Zagreb Library and Archives The Juraj Habdeli Library The Franjo Schneider Workshop for the Restora on and Building of String Instruments The Jozo Kljakovi Memorial Collec on 57 The Bela and Miroslav Krlea Memorial Space The Marija Juri Zagorka Memorial Apartment The Collec on of the Society of the Sisters of Mercy of St Vincent de Paul The Graphics Collec on of the Na onal University Library 58 The Zagreb Cathedral Treasury The Apartment of the Architect Viktor Kovai The Collec on of Cate Dujin-Ribar and Dr Ivan Ribar 59 The Collec on of Liturgical Objects of the Zagreb Jewish Community The Collec on of the Stenjevec Parochial House The Collec on of the Monastery of St Francis of Ksaver in Zagreb The Vjenceslav Richter and Nada Kare-Richter Collec on

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    Trg Nikole ubia Zrinskog 19 / Archaeological Park Andautonija: itarjevo (+385-1) 487 3000, 487 3101, Fax: (+385-1) 487 3102 amz@amz.hr www.amz.hr Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10:00 - 17:00, Thursday 10:00 - 20:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 13:00. Andautonija Archaeological Park (01.05 - 01.11): Saturday and Sunday 12:00 - 18:00

    Adults 20kn, Children 10kn, Tuesday entry free. Andautonija Archaeological Park: Adults 15kn, Children 10kn Guided tours in Croatian, English, French and Italian by prior arrangement, price 100kn Tram no. 2, 4 or 9 to the main railway station (Glavni

    kolodvor); Andautonija: bus no. 308 or 309

    Zagrebs Archaeological Museum was foun-ded in 1846 and is located in the Historicist Vranyczany-Hafner palace. It has a valuable collec on of over 400,000 exhibits. The pre-historic collec on shows the development of a variety of cultures from the Earlier and

    Later Stone Age through the Copper Age and various stages of the Bronze Age to the Earlier and

    Later Iron Age. In the Classical collec on exhibits from the Greek period are represented, in par cular valuable pieces from Croa as coastal regions. Exhibits from the Roman period are mainly from in-land northern Croa a. The Mediaeval collec on consists of fi ndings from the me of the great migra ons of peoples through to the late Middle Ages. The Egyp an collec on is the only one of its kind in south east Europe, and of par cular note among the Etruscan pieces are the valuable Zagreb Mummy and the longest manuscript in the Etruscan language that survives today, the Zagreb Linen Book. The Numisma c Collec on is the largest in the country and among the largest in the world. The Museum also manages the archaeological park in the village of itarjevo where visitors can see the remains of the Roman town of Andautonija.

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    2The Metrovi Atelier is in Zagrebs roman c Upper Town, close to St Marks Church. The Atelier, the Katelet-Crikvina complex in Split and the Church of the Holy Redeemer in Otavice together form the Ivan Metrovi Museum, an ins tu on dedicated to the life and work of this great sculptor (1883-1962). The collec on consists of sculpture in marble, sto-

    ne, wood and bronze, reliefs, drawings and graphics covering the fi rst four decades of Metrovis ca-reer. The works are displayed in their authen c environment, the atelier and home in which this

    renowned Croa an sculptor lived with his family from 1922 to 1942. Ivan Metrovi (1883-1962) studied in Vienna and lived, worked and exhi-

    bited his work in the cultural centres of Europe and the United States, where some of his ar s c legacy is s ll pre-served today.

    Mletaka 8 (+385-1) 485 1123, 485 1124, Fax: (+385-1) 485 1126 mim@mestrovic.hr www.mdc.hr/mestrovic/atelijer/index-hr.htm Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 18:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 14:00

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    tours in Croatian, and in English by prior arrangement, price 200kn Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then on foot via Zakmardijeve stube or Radieva ulica, or

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    The PBZ Museum of Banking

    Ilica 5 (Oktogon passage) (+385-1) 636 0430 muzej@pbz.hr www.pbz.hr Tuesday 13:00 - 15:00, Thursday 14:30 - 16:30, also by prior agreement Entry free

    Guided tours in Croatian, and in English by prior arrangement, no extra charge Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia

    The Museum of Banking, owned by Privredna banka Zagreb, is the fi rst and only museum of banking and numisma cs in Croa a. It ope-ned on World Savings Day, 31 October 2000, following a decade of collec ng and cura ng the collec -

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    the renowned Zagreb Oktogon. This is an old-fashioned shopping arcade in a palace built in 1899 for the First Croa an Savings Bank and designed by architect Josip Vanca.

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    The Ethnographic Museum

    Mauraniev trg 14 (+385-1) 482 6220, 482 6108, Fax: (+385-1) 488 0320 emz@emz.hr www.emz.hr

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    Adults 15kn, Children 10kn, Thursday entry free, Ticket for photographing exhibits: 35kn Guided tours in Croatian and English, price

    50100kn Tram no. 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg marala Tita, or bus no. 118 to Trg Maurania

    The Ethnographic Museum was founded in 1919 on the ini a ve of Salamon Berger, a tex le merchant and industrialist from Slovakia who le the Museum one of the fi rst and largest collec ons of folk costumes and tex les in Croa a. The permanent collec on was cre-ated in 1972 and consists of 2,750 exhibits. Croa as ethnographic heritage is presented in two main thema c units: Croa an Folk Dress (which inclu-des selected items illustra ng folk art and cra s), and the Main Branches of Commerce and Folk Handcra s. In the Department for Non-European Cultures you can

    see exhibits represen ng tradi onal cultures in Africa, Asia, La n America, Au-

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    Since the day it was founded, the Museum has been housed in a building designed in 1903 by Vjekoslav Bastl and which brought the shapes of the Viennese art nouveau to Zagreb. Even though some of the Art Nouveau mouldings from the frontage were removed during a renova on in the 1930s following the ideas of the architect Aleksandar Freudenreich, the buildings architectural composi on remains recognizably Art Nouveau.

    Part of the permanent exhibi on with folk costumes

    Moa Kava Kava, Easter Island, 18th century

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    The Glyptotheque of the Croa an Academy of Sciences and Arts

    Medvedgradska 2 (+385-1) 468 6050, 468 6060, Fax: (+385-1) 468 6052 gliptoteka-hazu@zg.t-com.hr www.hazu.hr/gliptoteka.hr Tuesday - Friday 11:00 - 19:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 14:00 Adults 10kn, Children 5kn

    Guided tours in Croatian and English, no extra charge Tram no. 8 or 14 from Drakovieva ulica to Belosteneva; or tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J.

    Jelaia, then on foot via Tkalieva ulica

    The Glyptotheque of the Croa an Academy of Sciences and Arts (known by the acronym HAZU) was founded in 1937 with the pur-pose of collec ng and presen ng sculpture. Today it has the largest collec on of sculptu-

    re in the country. Its rich collec on, encompassing casts, original works and models, a ords a comprehensive overview of the disci-pline of sculpture from Classical an quity to the present day. In the Glyptotheques permanent collec on you can see plaster casts of Classical sculptures, fragments of the most valuable monuments of the Croa an cultural heritage from the pre-Romanesque period to the Renaissance, original works by Cro-a an sculptors from the 19th to the 21st century and a collec on of medals and plaques. The Mu-seum building is a former tannery, the largest factory in Zagreb during the 19th century. In and of itself it is a protected cultural monument. There is also a Sculpture Park within the Museum complex.

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    The Croa an Museum of Nave Art was founded in 1952 and is considered to be the fi rst muse-um of Nave art in the world. On display are some eighty pain ngs, sculptures and drawin-gs, all classics of the Croa an Nave created

    in the peri-od between 1930 and 1980. As well as a signifi cant por on of the Croa an na onal culture, the Museum owns a respectable collec on of works by foreign masters. The permanent collec -on was collected with the aim of showing Nave art as a segment of modern art. Apart from the Nave sec on, the permanent collec on comprises other forms of self-taught and non-academy art such as art brut and outsider art.

    The Croa an Museum of Nave Art

    Ulica Sv. irila i Metoda 3 (+385-1) 485 1911, Fax: (+385-1) 485 1911, 485 2125 info@hmnu.org www.hmnu.org Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 18:00, Saturday and

    Sunday 10:00 - 13:00 Adults 20kn, Children 10kn Guided tours in Croatian, and in English by prior arrangement, price 150kn / 30 min Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to

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    The Croa an Museum of Architecture of the Academy of Sciences and Arts

    Ulica I. Gorana Kovaia 37 (+385-1) 483 4551, 483 4553, Fax: (+385-1) 483 4553 hma@hazu.hr www.hazu.hr Monday - Sunday 11:00 - 18:00 Entry free

    Croatian language guided tours Bus no. 105 Britanski trg Kaptol (exit Nazorova Tukanac)

    The Croa an Museum of Architecture was foun-ded in 1995 with the aim of researching and preserving informa on on the history of Cro-a an architecture. The collec on now com-prises around 18,000 items: plans, drawings,

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    architecture. The en re collec on is being digi zed and is available to all researchers.

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    The Croa an History Museum

    Matoeva 9 (+385-1) 485 1900, 485 1990, Fax: (+385-1) 485 1909, 485 1375 hismus@hismus.hr www.hismus.hr Monday - Friday 10:00 - 18:00, Saturday

    and Sunday 10:00 - 13:00 Adults 10kn, Children 5kn, Children under 7 free Guided tours for groups of max. 20 in Croatian, and in English by prior arrangement, price 150kn

    Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then to Gornji grad (Upper Town) on foot via Zakmardijeve stube or Mesnika ulica, or by funicular from Tomieva ulica

    The Croa an History Museum is what was once called the Na onal Museum, founded in 1846, and is one of the oldest and most important museums in Croa a. In 1991 the ins tu on we know today was merged with the Muse-um of the Revolu on of the People of Croa- a. In 2002 it gained the status of one of the countrys top-level museums responsible for all history museums and collec ons in the country. Since 1959 the Mu-seum has resided in one of the loveliest Baroque palaces in Zagrebs Upper Town, which dates back to 1764. The Museum has over 200,000 items arranged in 17 collec ons. It also takes care of the birthplace of the poet Ivan Goran Kovai (1913-1943) in Lukovdol, which is open to visitors who can learn about the life and work of this outstanding Croa an poet, journalist and fi ghter.

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    The Croa an Natural History Musem

    Demetrova 1 (+385-1) 485 1700, Fax: (+385-1) 485 1644 hpm@hpm.hr www.hpm.hr Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 17:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 13:00 Adults

    20kn, Children 15kn, Children under 7 free Croatian language guided tours Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then to Gornji grad (Upper Town) on foot via

    Zakmardijeve stube or Mesnika ulica, or by funicular from Tomieva ulica

    The Museum, with over 1.5 million rocks, minerals, fossils, plant and animal specimens, was founded in 1986 with the merger of several other museums covering mineralogy,

    petrography, geology, palaeon-tology and zoology. The Museums de-

    partment of Geology and Palaeontology has two par cularly valuable collec ons: one of Neanderthal remains from a very important dig near the city of Krapina, and the Collec on of Holotypes, specimens used in formally describing species or taxa. The Zoology department has over one million animal specimens. The exhibi on From Collec on to Museum tells the story of the Mineral and Petrology Department, a story da ng back to 1846.Since 1987 the Museum has been compiling a botanical collec on which has formed the basis of the new Herbarium and Botany Department. It has over 100,000 specimens of vascular plants, most of which are from Croa a.

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    The Croa an School Museum

    Trg marala Tita 4 (+385-1) 485 5716, Fax: (+385-1) 485 5825 hsm@hsmuzej.hr www.hsmuzej.hr Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10:00 - 17:00, Thursday 10:00 -

    22:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 13:00 Adults 10kn, Children 5kn, Children under 7 free Croatian language guided tours, and in English by prior arrangement Tram no.

    12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg marala Tita

    The Croa an School Museum is housed in the building of the Croa an Teachers Home on Trg marala Tita. This building was built in 1889, and the Museum opened its doors to the pu-blic on 19 August 1901. This is the only spe-cialist educa on museum in Croa a. It also comprises the Davorin Trstenjak Pedagogical Library, founded in 1877, which has a collec on of over 40,000 volumes. In the year 2000, to mark World Teachers Day (5 October), the Museums permanent collec on was inaugurated. The collec on bears witness to Croa an educa on in the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century.

    Part of the Permanent Collec on, Teaching Tools, Nature Studies

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  • GRADKamenita

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    The Croa an Sports Museum

    Praka 2/II (+385-1) 483 3483, Fax: (+385-1) 483 3483 hrvatski.sportski.muzej@zg.t-com.hr www.sportski-muzej.hr Opening expected by the end of 2012 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then on foot to

    Praka ulica

    The Croa an Sports Museum is dedicated to collec ng and exhibi ng items rela ng to physical exercise and sport. It has around 8,000 valuable objects from the world of sport, 30,000 books and 20,000 photographs. At the World Exhibi on of Olympic Stamps

    and Documents held in Athens in 1996 on the 100th anniversary of the modern Olympic games,

    the Croa an Sports Museum won a gold medal for its exhibi on The Olympic Movement in Croa an from 1896 to 1912.

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  • OVKA

    Hebranga TrgJosipa Jurja

    Strossm.

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    Tomislava

    Glavni kolodvor

    B.Trenka

    Kovai.Katan.

    Kumiieva

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    The Croa an Railway Museum

    Mihanovieva 12 (Entrance from the Gredelj complex on Ulica grada Vukovara) (+385-1) 378 2862, Fax: (+385-1) 457 7230 helena.bunijevac@hznet.hr

    www.hznet.hr/HR/kultura/muzej.htm Visits by prior arrangement Entry free Tram no. 5 or 13 to Kruge

    The Croa an Railway Museum was founded in 1991 by the Croa an state railway company Hrvatske eljeznice. It collects, preserves and exhibits vehicles, engines, railway equipment and documenta on rela ng to the deve-lopment of the railway system in Croa a from its beginnings in 1860 un l the present day. In the Museum you can see machines used for buil-ding railway lines, telecommunica ons equipment, uniforms and personal documents. There are archives on the history of the Croa- an railways and on the manufacture of trains: a Timetable Collec- on, a Postcard Collec on, a Collec on of Regula ons and Reviews and a Technical Document Collec on.

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  • LA. Bauera

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    The Croa an Society of Ar sts

    Trg rtava faizma bb (+385-1) 461 1818, 461 1819, Fax: (+385-1) 457 6831 hdlu@hdlu.hr www.hdlu.hr Tuesday - Friday 11:00 - 19:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 -

    14:00 Adults 15kn, Children 10kn Tram no. 1, 9, 13 or 17 to Trg rtava faizma

    The Croa an Society of Ar sts (known in Cro-a an by the acronym HDLU) was founded in 1868. It is a non-governmental, non-profi t and non-par san associa on. Its members are visual ar sts represen ng all disciplines and genera ons. Every year the Society orga-

    nizes around 40 exhibi ons in four specialised exhibi on spaces in the Art Pavilion designed by

    the great Croa an sculptor Ivan Metrovi.

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  • Dita

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    Petrinjska

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    A. Cesarca

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    The HT Museum The Museum of Post and Telecommunica ons

    Juriieva 13 (+385-1) 491 1589, 491 1593, Fax: (+385-1) 491 1588 htmuzej@t.ht.hr www.t.ht.hr/odgovornost/muzej.asp Monday - Wednesday and Friday 10:00 -

    14:00, Thursday 10:00 - 18:00 Entry free Guided tours in Croatian and English Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then on foot along Juriieva

    ulica to the main post o ce (museum entrance on Palmotieva ulica)

    The Museum of Post and Telecommunica ons is the only museum of its kind in the country. It enables visitors to indulge in a li le nostal-gia whilst ge ng to know the telephones and switchboards of genera ons past, the postmans horn, mailboxes and stories about the fi rst telephone in Croa a, about the postal service during the me of Ban Jelai, about the fi rst Croa an postage stamps from 1918 with an allegorical picture of a slave breaking his chains, about the famous Dubrovnik couriers and much, much more.

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  • KAPTOL

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    The Klovievi dvori Gallery

    The Klovievi dvori Gallery, housed in a former Jesuit monastery alongside the south-east wall of Zagrebs Upper Town, is known for its top fl i-ght exhibi ons showing the work of the most renowned Croa an and interna onal ar sts. The Gallerys work includes projects covering

    ar s c phenomena and cultural events from prehistory to the present day. Klovievi dvoris

    exhibi ons are valued by art lovers at home and abroad since they aim to o er new and di erent ways of looking at historic and contemporary events. Since it was established in 1982, the Gallery has always been an innovator on the art and cultural scene, developing in accordance with the demands of the mes. From the very start it has undertaken previously unheard of cultural projects. It was the fi rst ins tu on in Croa a to promote the comic strip, caricature and illustra on as art forms; it founded the Croa an Biennale of Illustra on; it brought to Zagreb the works of Picasso, Van Gogh, Mondrian, Miro, Vasarely, Chagall and a whole pleiad of ar sts of the renowned German Expressionist movement. It revea-led to its Croa an audience their hidden ar s c heritage: the many religious treasuries and excellent artworks preserved within the countrys religious orders. It was the fi rst to re-evaluate the unjus -fi ably forgo en oeuvres of certain Croa an ar sts; it o ered the fi rst collec ve overview of the Croa an avant garde and Croa an expre-ssionism, and the fi rst consolidated exhibi on of the culture of an-cient Greece on Croa an soil. It opened its doors to new media and o ered its exhibi on rooms as a crea ve space for contemporary ar sts, who in turn created works and performances for that very space. Ar sts and audience alike grew to recognize Klovievi dvo-

    ri as a space where the most varied events take place. The publics respon-se is the proof of the Gallerys success: more than 200,000 people visit its exhi-bi ons every year.

    Jezuitski trg 4 (+385-1) 485 1926, Fax: (+385-1) 485 2116 press@galerijaklovic.hr www.galerijaklovic.hr Tuesday - Sunday 11:00 - 19:00 Depending on the

    exhibition Guided tours by prior arrangement for groups of max. 15 in Croatian, English and German Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then to

    Gornji grad (Upper Town) on foot via Zakmardijeve stube or Mesnika ulica, or by funicular from Tomieva ulica

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  • NICA

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    Lauba The House for People and Art

    Prilaz baruna Filipovia 23a (+385-1) 630 2115, Fax: (+385-1) 630 2142 info@lauba.hr www.lauba.hr Monday - Sunday 15:00 - 23:00 Adults 25kn, Children

    10kn, Children under 6 free Guided tours in Croatian and English Tram no. 2, 6 or 11 to Sveti Duh, then on foot along Selska cesta to the intersection with Prilaz baruna

    Filipovia

    This building in the street Prilaz baruna Filipovia was once used as the riding school of the Austro-Hungarian army, and then became the Zagreb Tex le Factory. Today its an unmissable stop for lovers of contemporary and modern art. The Lauba House for People and Art is a unique hybrid space shared by the Lauba Associa on and the company Filip Trade. The collec on currently comprises over 500 works by Croa an ar sts from a period covering the last 60 years and presented in an interes ng way: every month a part of the exhibi on changes. The long list of ar sts whose works can be found in this fascina ng collec on include: Alem Korkut, Braco Dimitrijevi, Ivan Fijoli, Ivana Franke, Ivan Koari, Lovro Artukovi, Slaven Tolj, Vlasta ani and Marija Ujevi.

    Lovro Artukovi, Un tled

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    The Hun ng Museum of the Croa an Hun ng Associa on

    Nazorova 63 (+385-1) 487 6567, Fax: (+385-1) 487 6567 lovacki.muzejhls@hls.t-com.hr www.hls.com.hr Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 08:00 - 13:00, Tuesday

    and Thursday 12:00 - 17:00 Adults 20kn, Children 10kn, Children under 7 free Croatian language guided tours On foot via Ilica, Demanov prolaz and Tukanac,

    then through the park along Dubravkin put; or bus no. 102 or 105 from Britanski trg (exit at the second stop)

    The Hun ng Museum was established in 1952, and its fi rst exhibits displayed a year later at the address Ulica Franje Rakoga 9, where the Museum opened its doors to the public in 1955. In 1965 it moved to the space it enjoys today, the hundred year old Villa Wohmult at

    Nazorova ulica, in a green and hilly north Za-greb neighbourhood. The Museum o ers a look

    at the natural history and animal world of this region and covers the history of hun ng and Croa an hun ng culture. The permanent exhibi on consists of the following collec ons: Trophies, Fossils, Eggs, Mammals and Birds, Hun ng Weaponry, Hun ng Badges and Awards and the Taxidermy Collec on of Game, Beasts and Rep les from Africa, Asia and America.

    ToAAA

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  • DFran

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    Trg MaralaTita

    Mauranievtrg

    Marulievtrg

    J. erjavia

    Obrt. pr.

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    The Ante and Wiltrud Topi Mimara Art

    Collec on - Mimara Museum

    Rooseveltov trg 5 (+385-1) 482 8100, Fax: (+385-1) 482 6079 mimara@mimara.hr Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 17:00, Thursday 10:00 - 19:00, Sunday 10:00 - 14:00

    Adults 40kn, Children 30kn English language guided tours by prior arrangement (groups of max. 20); foreign language guides accessible on mobile phones through Wi-Fi

    Tram 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg marala Tita

    The Ante and Wiltrud Topi Mimara Art Collec- on, or the Mimara Museum, was founded thanks to the dona on of Ante Topi Mimara and opened in 1987. It is housed in a Neo-Re-naissance palace da ng from the end of the 19th century, located on Roosevelt Square. The collec on consists of 3,750 works covering a variety of techniques and materials, cultures and civiliza ons. Among others, there are 450 pain ngs and drawings by the great masters, 200 pieces of sculpture from the period ranging from classical an quity to the 20th century, and rare archaeological fi nds from ancient Egypt and Greece. Of par cular note are the Glass Collec on and the Far East Art Collec on. The Museum has a fi ne library with 5,400 specialist tles. The permanent exhibi on follows the chronology of historical and stylis c periods.

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  • BTrg BanaJosipa Jelaiaca

    kaTrg

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    The Modern Gallery

    The Modern Gallery is set in an imposing pala-ce on the western edge of the Zrinjevac park, part of a complex designed by Viennese ar-chitect O o Hofer and built by noble Ljudevit Vranyczany. The new permanent collec on is exhibited in 30 halls on two fl oors and encom-

    passes 800 works of Croa an pain ng, sculptu-re and new media da ng from the period betwe-

    en 1835 and 2010. They represent all phenomena, movements and styles and the fi nest achievements of modern and contemporary Croa an art. The Gallerys exhibi on is con nuously renewed with works from its rich collec on and acquisi ons of excep onal work by contemporary ar sts, thereby crea ng an impressive picture of the new ar s c reality and that of the last century. The MG Tac le Gallery forms an important part of the permanent collec on. This is the fi rst mul sensory gallery for the blind and the visually impaired in this part of Europe.

    Andrije Hebranga 1 (+385-1) 604 1055, Fax: (+385-1) 604 1044 moderna-galerija@zg.t-com.hr www.moderna-galerija.hr Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 18:00,

    Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 13:00 Adults 40kn, Children 20kn Guided tours in Croatian and English by prior arrangement. Price 400kn for groups of 10 Tram no. 6 or

    13 to Trg J. J. Strossmayera

    Vlaho Bukovac, Gundulis Dream

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  • KAPTOL

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    Vrazov

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    Demet.

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    Viso

    ka Markovtrg

    Jezuitskitrg

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    Kaptol 31 (+385-1) 489 4879, Fax: (+385-1) 481 4921 juraj.batelja@zg.htnet.hr Tuesday - Friday 08:30 - 13:00, 13:45 - 17:00, Saturday 08:30 - 13:00, Sunday and Monday

    by arrangement Free entry, donations welcome Croatian language guided tours Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then on foot to Kaptol

    The collec on documents the life of Cardinal and Archbishop Alojzije Stepinac. It comprises the Cardinals personal belongings, church vestments, liturgical vessels, gold presented by the Pope and other items. Stepinacs life is illustrated by documents and facsimiles as well as photographs. Also on display are por-traits of the Cardinal by Croa an ar sts.

    The Museum of the Blessed Alojzije

    Stepinac

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  • GORNJIRAD

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    Opatika 20 (+385-1) 485 1361, 485 1362, Fax: (+385-1) 485 1359 mgz@mgz.hr www.mgz.hr Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 18:00, Saturday 11:00 - 19:00, Sunday 10:00 -

    14:00 Adults 30kn, Children 20kn, Children under 7 free Guided tours in Croatian and in English by prior arrangement, no extra charge Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17

    to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then to Gornji grad (Upper Town) on foot via Zakmardijeve stube or Mesnika ulica, or by funicular from Tomieva ulica

    The Zagreb City Museum

    The Zagreb City Museum is a contemporary ins tu on for the preserva on of heritage which has been taking care of the citys past and present for over a hundred years. The Museums rich and varied holdings comprise twenty collec ons. There are nine collec ons

    which were donated by the City of Zagreb. One of the Museums most important projects, which

    began in the year 2000, is the Living Pictures event which takes place over the last weekend before Lent. All Museum sta , as well as visitors, take part in this and dress up as fi gures from Zagrebs past. The Museum is adapted to provide access for disabled visitors and was the fi rst in the country, in June 2009, to hold an Open Day for the Disabled. It has published a guide for blind, visually impaired and deaf-blind visitors in two languages: Croa an (2005) and English (2010).

    The Museum is housed in one of the most valuable architectural complexes in historic Gradec, in the northern corner of the triangle that forms todays Gornji grad (Upper Town), at one of the entrances into the heart of old Zagreb. The largest part of the complex is occupied by the former convent of the nuns of St Clare, built in 1650.

    The Baroque convent building is well known in the city for the Illusionist murals on its frontage, while its courtyard is graced by Zagrebs oldest painted wall sundial which s ll shows the right me and has become a symbol of the Museum.

    Archaeology in situC-1

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  • RAD

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    The Marton Museum

    Katarinin trg 2 (+385-1) 483 8700, Fax: (+385-1) 363 9890 muzej-marton@muzej-marton.hr www.muzej-marton.hr Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 - 18:00 Adults 30kn, Children 20kn, Children under 14 free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana

    J. Jelaia, then to Gornji grad (Upper Town) on foot via Zakmardijeve stube or Mesnika ulica, or by funicular from Tomieva ulica

    A er almost eight years in Samobor, on 18 Mar-ch 2011 the Marton Museum opened its doors in Zagreb in the Kulmer palace on Katarinin trg in the Upper Town. The Museum was fo-unded thanks to the e orts of collector Veljko Marton; it is the fi rst private museum in Croa- a and one of the rare private museums in this part of Europe. The Museums holdings consist of a world-renowned collec on of porcelain and works of art in glass and silver, furniture, clocks and pain ngs. Last year the exhibi on was enriched by 13 cabinets in the Historicist style, a dona on from Londons Victoria and Albert Museum.

    A Plate Owned by Ferdinand Habsburg

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  • DONJI GRAD

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    The Draen Petrovi Museum and Memorial Centre

    Trg Draena Petrovia 3 (+385-1) 484 3146, Fax: (+385-1) 484 4004 promo@drazenpetrovic.net www.drazenpetrovic.net Monday - Friday 10:00 - 17:00

    Adults 20kn, Children 10kn English language guided tours for groups of 15 or more by prior arrangement; tours for visitors with special needs (no extra charge) Tram

    no. 9, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Tehniki muzej or Studentski centar

    The Draen Petrovi Museum and Memorial Centre was established by the Draen Petrovi Founda on in 2006. It is located on a square of the same name, alongside the basketball stadium that also carries the name of this fa-mous Croa an sportsman (1964-1993). Due

    to his life philosophy, moral values and spor- ng success, Petrovi was and remains an exam-

    ple to children and young people all over the world. The Museums holdings are divided into collec ons made up of items connected with Petrovis life and career. The permanent exhibi on follows the chronology of Draens life, star ng in his home town of ibenik, following him to Zagreb and Madrid, covering his matches with the na onal team and all the way to the NBA league. A ten minute fi lm which forms part of the permanent exhibi on is shown to visi ng groups.

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  • Kranjevieva

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    24

    The Police Museum

    Ulica grada Vukovara 33 (+385-1) 612 2105, 612 2201, Fax: (+385-1) 612 2429 muzej@mup.hr www.mup.hr Monday - Friday 08:00 - 16:00 Entry free

    English language guided tours by prior arrangement at no extra charge Tram no. 4, 5, 13, 14 or 17 to Zagrepanka

    The Police Museum, a museum of the profe-ssion, preserves the heritage of the Croa an police force which, despite poli cal and social changes in Croa a, has always had the same aim and focus: the fi ght against crime and preserving public order and peace.

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  • RAD

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    The Museum of Broken Rela onships

    irilometodska 2 (+385-1) 485 1021 info@brokenships.com www.new.brokenships.com Monday - Sunday 09:00 - 21:00 Adults 20kn, Children under 12 free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then to Gornji grad (Upper

    Town) on foot via Zakmardijeve stube or Mesnika ulica, or by funicular from Tomieva ulica

    The news about this museum has already spre-ad far and wide: its the fruit of a free-spirited and crea ve ar s c project that grew into a museum in Zagrebs Upper Town. Inspired by the idea that people can release themselves from their emo onal baggage by giving away

    tangible and intangible remnants of their love a airs, the projects creators travelled around the

    world. The permanent exhibi on of the Museum is made up of a selec on from its collec on which comprises hundreds of exhibits, each of which has its own touching story. As a result of its originality and verve, the Museum won the 2011 Kenneth Hudson prize for the most innova ve museum in Europe.

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  • Dubrava

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    26

    The Prigorje Museum

    This museum o ers an overview of the culture of the region east of Zagreb. The museum was founded in 1977 following the discovery of an important archaeological site on a hill named Kuzelin in April 1975. Apart from collec ng, preserving and exhibi ng archaeological, historical, ethnographic, ar s c and documentary material, the Museum is responsible for conserva -on, restora on and educa- onal ac vi es.

    Trg Dragutina Domjania 5, Sesvete (+385-1) 200 1601, Fax: (+385-1) 200 1601 muzej-prigorja@zg.htnet.hr www.muzejprigorja.hr Monday - Friday 11:00 - 13:00,

    17:00 - 19:00, visits at other times by prior arrangement Entry free Tram no. 4 or 11 to Dubec, change to bus no. 212 (exit Ninska)

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    The Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church of the Zagreb and Ljubljana Metropolitanate

    Ilica 7 (+385-1) 487 7531, (+385-) 098 961 5063, Fax: (+385-1) 487 7534 jokicbran@yahoo.com www.mitropolija-zagrebacka.org By prior arrangement only Entry

    free Guided tours in Croatian, Serbian and English by prior arrangement, no extra charge Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot along Ilica

    The Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church was opened to the public in 2006. It is in the very heart of Zagreb, in one of the oldest buil-dings on Ilica, one of the main thoroughfares. The Museum keeps old sacral and liturgical items, Byzan ne icons represen ng a variety

    of schools and direc ons, Serbian icons from the Baroque period, liturgical manuscripts, printed

    books, fi ligree work and ceremonial robes.

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  • SREDIE

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    The Museum of Contemporary Art

    Zagrebs Museum of Contemporary Art was established in 1954 with the aim of analysing, documen ng and promo ng events, styles and phenomena in contemporary art. Todays Museum building opened on 11 December 2009 and is the work of architect Igor Frani. The Museum holds about 12,000 exhibits, the works of Croa an and interna onal ar sts created a er 1950. The Museums holdings consist of the Collec on of Drawings, Graphics, Prints and Art on Paper, the Film and Video Collec on, the Photography Collec on, the Media Art Collec on, the Sculpture Collec on and the Collec on of Pain ngs. The Museum is also the guardian of a number of dona ons of art to the City of Zagreb: the Benko Horvat Collec on, the Vjenceslav and Nada Kare Richter Collec on, the Silvana Seissel Dona on, the Too Dabac Archive and the Kozari Atelier. The permanent exhibi on, en tled Collec on in Mo on, consists of about 600 exhibits. Wor-king under the assump on that with every artwork ar sts are saying something about themselves and the world around them, the works are arranged into fi ve large units: Project and Des ny, Art as Life, Art on Art, Great World Enigma and Words and Images.

    Avenija Dubrovnik 17 (+385-1) 605 2700, Fax: (+385-1) 605 2798 msu@msu.hr www.msu.hr Tuesday - Sunday 11:00 - 18:00, Saturday 11:00 - 20:00 Adults

    30kn, Children 15kn, Children under 7 free Guided tours in Croatian (100kn), and in English, French and German (200kn) by prior arrangement; guided tours for groups with

    special needs by prior arrangement Tram no. 6, 7 or 14 to The Museum of Contemporary Art or Sopot; or by bus no. 166, 219, 220, 221, 229, 268, 310, 311 or 313 (North-South), or

    bus no. 109 or 222 (EastWest)

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    The Museum of Arts and Cra s

    Museum of Arts and Cra s was founded in 1880. It held its fi rst exhibi on on 20 June of that same year in Ulica Marije Valerije (todays Praka ulica). The fi rst complete permanent exhibi on in the Museums own dedicated building, designed by architect Herman Boll,

    opened in 1909. As well as a permanent exhibi- on en tled Arts and Cra s in Croa a from the

    Gothic Period to the Present Day, which comprises almost 3000 exhibits chronologically and thema cally arranged over three fl oors, on the Museums ground fl oor temporary exhibi ons are held. The collec ons of furniture, glass, metalwork, ceramics, graphic and product design, photography, tex les and fashion, mu-sical instruments, sculpture, pain ng, drawings, clocks and watches, ivory, print works and decorated leather include numerous unique works of art, and almost 100,000 further pieces are kept in storage. A library with over 65,000 monographs, handbooks, specialist magazines and catalogues makes up a separate unit. Thanks to its valuable pro-jects undertaken independently or in partnership with cultural ins tu ons abroad, the Muse-um of Arts and Cra s has gained a strong reputa on in Europe.

    Trg marala Tita 10 (+385-1) 488 2111, Fax: (+385-1) 482 8088 muo@muo.hr www.muo.hr Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 19:00, Thursday 10:00 - 22:00, Sunday 10:00 - 14:00 Adults 30kn, Children 20kn Guided tours in Croatian (100kn) and

    English (150kn) by prior arrangement; guided tours for groups with special needs Tram no. 12,13,14 or 17 to Trg marala Tita

    The Museum building is an imposing Historicist palace built in 1888, with a frontage in the spirit of the German Renaissance. It was designed by architect Herman Boll especially for the Arts and Crafts Museum and the School of Crafts.

    Pla er: The Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne by Paul Storr,

    London, 1815 (permanent exhibi on of the M

    useum)

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    The HAZU Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters

    Zrinski trg 11 (+385-1) 489 5117, Fax: (+385-1) 481 9979 sgallery@hazu.hr www.hazu.hr Tuesday 10:00 - 19:00, Wednesday - Friday 10:00 - 16:00, Saturday

    and Sunday 10:00 - 13:00 Adults 10kn, Children 5kn Guided tours in Croatian and English (50100kn) Tram no. 6 or 13 to Trg J. J. Strossmayera

    Managed by the Croa an Society of Sciences and Arts, the Gallery and the Neo-Renaissance pa-lace in which it is housed opened in 1884. The Museum was founded by Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer (1815-1905), a cleric and poli ci-an from akovo in eastern Croa a. The Gallery holds around 4,000 pain ngs, drawings, sculptu-res and other works from the Gothic period to the Modern age.

    Federiko Benkovi (16671753), Abraham Sacrifi ces Isaac. In the heading: Beato Angelico (1395/14001455), The S gmata of St Francis of Assissi and the Death of St Peter the Martyr

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  • DONJI GRAD

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    The Technical Museum

    The Technical Museums permanent exhibi on is spread over seven departments. The Energy Transforma on Department shows the de-velopment through history of human achie-vements in harnessing natural sources of energy and conver ng them into other forms

    of energy useful to mankind. In the Transport Department, the development of water, land and

    air transport vehicles is shown, while in the department dedicated to mining, geology and oil the model mine is a par cular a rac on, built as it is under the Museum building and with a corridor over 300m long. The Space Travel department is where models of famous spacecra are housed, including launch pads and orbital space sta- ons designed in the 1950s and 1960s. In the new Nikola Tesla De-monstra on Room, visitors can see and take part in ten experiments and learn the basics of rota ng magne c fi elds, Teslas high-frequ-ency currents and wireless transfer of electromagne c energy, a re-mote control boat, a model of Teslas turbine and more. The exhibits displayed in the Agriculture department bear witness to the deve-lopment of equipment and machines for digging and ploughing. The Firefi gh ng department has a range of original exhibits showing the development of fi refi gh ng techniques, especially in Croa a.

    Savska cesta 18 (+385-1) 484 4050, Fax: (+385-1) 484 3568 tehnicki-muzej@tehnicki-muzej.hr www.tehnicki-muzej.hr Tuesday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00, Saturday

    and Sunday 09:00 - 13:00 Entry 15kn, Children under 7 free Guided tours in Croatian and English by prior arrangement (no extra charge) Tram no. 9, 12, 13, 14 or 17

    (exit Tehniki muzej or Studentski centar)

    Planetarium, photo: Zvonimir Ambru

    TTM

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    Drakovieva 80 (+385-1) 481 1102, Fax: (+385-1) 483 5218 info@tifl oloskimuzej.hr www.tifl oloskimuzej.hr Monday - Wednesday and Friday 10:00 - 17:00, Thursday 10:00 - 20:00 Adults 20kn, Children 10kn English language guided tours by prior arrangement Tram no. 2, 4, 6, 9 or 13 from West Zagreb; 4, 8, 9 or 13 from the North, or

    2, 6 or 8 from the East (exit Sheraton or Branimirova)

    The Typhlology Museum is one of the rare spe-cial museums in Europe which deal with the issues facing people with disabili es, and par cularly the visually impaired. With the aim of acquain ng visitors with the world of the blind and visually impaired, the Museum promotes the idea of valuing diversity. The Mu-seum is both modern and interac ve. Visitors can explore the Dark Room which simulates the way in which people experience the world without the sense of sight. In addi on, one can learn the basics of reading and wri ng in Braille or using a com-puter for the blind, as well as experiencing sculpture through the sense of touch.

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    The Art Pavilion

    One of the fi ne buildings forming part of the architectural complex known as Lenucis Hor-seshoe, Zagrebs Art Pavilion is the oldest exhibi on space in this part of south east Europe. The opening ceremony was held on 15 December 1898 with the renowned exhibi- on The Croa an Sa-

    lon, which explored the roots of Croa an modern art. The building is a reconstruc on of a wooden art pavili-on which, on the ini a ve of ar st Vlaho Bukovac, served as the exhibi on space for Croa an ar sts at the Millennium Exhibi -on in Budapest in 1896. The Pavilion was built in the spirit of the neo- style archi-tectures from the end of the 19th century and was designed by the famed Hellner and Fellner architectural studio in Vienna.

    Trg kralja Tomislava 22 (+385-1) 484 1070, Fax: (+385-1) 484 1080 info@umjetnicki-paviljon.hr www.umjetnicki-paviljon.hr Tuesday - Saturday 11:00 - 19:00,

    Sunday 10:00 - 13:00 Adults 30kn, Children 15kn, Children under 7 free English language guided tours by prior arrangement (no extra charge) Tram no. 2, 4, 6, 9 or 13 to

    Trg Ante Starevia (Glavni kolodvor)

    P. Barii, Central Sculpture. In the heading: N. Mai, Gooseherd on the Sava

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    The Military Museum was established in 1997 as an independent unit of the Croa an Ministry of Defence. As well as items from the Croa- an War of Independence, which make up the greater part of the Museums holdings, the collec on also comprises material cove-ring 20th century military history. The Museum does not have a permanent collec on but holds themed exhibi ons.

    Ilica 256b (+385-1) 378 4360, 378 6093, Fax: (+385-1) 378 4362 dcutura@morh.hr By prior arrangement Entry free Tram no. 6 or 11 (exit Sveti Duh)

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    The Cro Art Photo Club is a ci zens associa on which aims to en-courage its members to enjoy photography, fi lm and video work.

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    Drakovieva 45 (+385-1) 460 6760 dizajn@hgk.hr www.hgk.hr During exhibitions: Monday - Friday 10:00 - 16:00, Thursday 10:00 - 18:00 Entry free Tram no. 2, 4, 6, 9 or 13 from West Zagreb; 4, 8, 9 or 13 from the North, or 2, 6 or 8 from the East

    (exit Sheraton or Branimirova)

    The Design Centre organises exhibi ons promo ng Croa an indu-strial design several mes a year.

    Juriieva 1/ I (+385-1) 481 3414 info@europe.hr www.europe.hr Monday - Friday 09:00 - 18:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J.

    Jelaia, on foot along Juriieva ulica

    Zagrebs Europe House is a non-profi t, non-go-vernmental organiza on which in 1991 founded Croa a and Zagrebs European Movement with the aim of promo- ng the European idea within the fi elds of culture, poli cs and eco-nomics. Since its founda on, Europe House has organised exhibi -ons of pain ngs, photography and applied arts.

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    Zagrebs KIC (Cultural Informa on Centre) was esta-blished in 1964 and has held its current name since

    1984. The Photo Gallery, which has been a part of the Centre sin-ce 2001, promotes understanding of the medium of photography and encourages discussion on the subject of the art of photography through its issue-based exhibi ons.

    Preradovieva 5 (+385-1) 481 0714 kic@kic.hr www.kic.hr Monday - Sunday 09:00 - 23:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J.

    Jelaia, on foot to Preradovieva ulica

    The A Gallery

    itnjak 53 (+385-1) 245 6085 atezit@gmail.com www.a-z.hr Monday - Friday 11:00 - 19:00 Entry free Tram no. 4, 5, 7, 11 or 12 to Maksimirska (exit

    Kvaternikov trg); tram no. 1, 9 or 17 to Zvonimirova (exit Heinzelova), or bus no. 217 (exit itnjaka)

    The A gallery is part of the itnjak Atelier, located in a disused pri-mary school converted and donated to the ar s c community by Za-greb City Council. The Gallery has hosted around 40 exhibi ons and cultural events, of which the best-known is the Atelier Open Day.

    The Barrel Gallery

    Trg rtava faizma bb (+385-1) 461 1818, 461 1819 www.hdlu.hr Tuesday - Friday 11:00 - 19:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 14:00 Adults 20kn, Children 15kn

    Tram no. 1, 9, 13 or 17 to Trg rtava faizma

    When the home of the Croa an Associa on of Ar sts opened its doors in 1938, the great scul-ptor Ivan Metrovis set his statue The History

    of the Croats at the heart of the gallery building he designed. This was undoubtedly a poli cal act,

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    Tomaieva 8 (+385-1) 462 1350 galerija@canvas.hr www.canvas.hr Monday - Friday 08:00 - 16:00, Saturday 08:00 - 13:00 Entry free Tram no. 4, 8, 11,

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    The Canvas Gallery is the fi rst Croa an centre for graphics. It aims to recapture interest in original graphics and to present Croa an graphic ar sts, por olios, specialist journals and collectors edi ons.

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    KC Peenica, Ivanigradska 41a (+385-1) 230 3122 galerija@kcpescenica.hr www.kcp.hr Monday - Friday 10:00 - 20:00, Saturday 10:00 - 13:00 Entry free

    Tram no. 2, 3 or 13 (exit Ivanigradska), on foot to Ivanigradska ulica

    The Dogaanja Gallery (the word dogaanja means happenings) was established in the early 1980s as part of the Peenica Cultural Cen-tre in the east Zagreb neighbourhood of the same name. It serves as a gathering place for young and mid-genera on ar sts whose work and ideas belong to the contemporary art scene. During the Gallerys heyday, renowned Croa an ar sts such as Ko-ari, S linovi, Delimar, Kumbatovi, Gliha and Artukovi exhibited their works here.

    The Bernardo Bernardi Gallery

    Ulica grada Vukovara 68 (+385-1) 615 6092 cekao@cekao.hr www.pou.hr Monday - Friday 08:00 - 22:00, Saturday 09:00 - 15:00 Entry free Tram no. 3, 5

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    The Bernardo Bernardi Gallery is part of the Peoples Open University in Zagreb. The fi rst exhibi on in this space was of furniture and equipment designed by Croa an archi-tect and designer Bernardo Bernardi. Later, architects, sculptors and painters exhibited here, including Boidar Raica, Vjenceslav Richter, Branko Rui and Boris Buan.

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    The Felix Gallery specializes in caricature and is the only gallery of this kind in the city. It has been running for 17 years. Its permanent collec on shows the work of Sreko Puntari Felix, a prolifi c cartoo-nist.

    The Forum Gallery

    Nikole Tesle 16 (+385-1) 481 0710 kic@kic.hr www.kic.hr Monday - Friday 08:00 - 20:00, Saturday 10:00 - 14:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to

    Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot to Teslina ulica

    The Forum Gallery was founded in 1969 by the respected Croa an ar sts Edo Mur , Frano imunovi, Zlatko Prica, Kosta Angeli Ra-dovani and Ferdinand Kulmer. It specializes in showing the work of contemporary Croa an and European ar sts.

    The Fotoklub Zagreb Gallery

    Ilica 29/III (+385-1) 483 3359 fk z@fotoklubzagreb.hr www.fotoklubzagreb.hr Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00, Tuesday 09:00 - 15:00, 19:00 - 21:00 Entry free

    Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot along Ilica

    Fotoklub Zagreb is a member of the Zagreb Photo and Cinema Asso-cia on and the Croa an Photo Associa on. Exhibi ons of photo-graphy, an interna onal arts programme and courses are just some of the Clubs ac vi es.

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    Kaptol 26 (+385-1) 481 8400, (+385-) 099 217 7700 kranjcar@kranjcar.hr www.kranjcar.hr Monday - Friday 12:00 - 18:00, Saturdays and Sundays by appointment

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    The Kranjar Gallery specializes in contemporary art, in par cular showing the work of young ar sts.

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    Ulica Sv. irila i Metoda 5 (+385-1) 610 1900 www.zagreb.hr During exhibitions: Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then to Gornji grad (Upper Town) on foot via Zakmardijeve stube

    or Mesnika ulica, or by funicular from Tomieva ulica

    The Kristofor Stankovi Gallery opened in Zagrebs old Town Hall in 1988. Since 1999, the Gallery has organised the Young Ar sts cycle of exhibi ons in partnership with the Croa an Society of Ar sts.

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    The Gallery opened in 2011 to celebrate 60 years of the career of the painter Mijo Kovai. The permanent exhibi on consists of 25 large format pain ngs, idyllic images of fi shermen, hunters and daily life along the River Drava.

    The LIKUM Gallery

    Ilica 40 (+385-1) 484 7367 galerija@likum.hr www.likum.hr Monday - Friday 08:00 - 20:00, Saturday 08:00 - 14:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14

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    The LIKUM co-opera ve has been ac ve since 1948 and since then has embraced many greats of

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    1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot along Ilica

    The Marisall Gallery opened in Summer 2005. The Gallery aims to provide a pla orm for a genera on of young and agile ar sts to pre-sent their recent works on a con nual basis.

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    The Mirko Virius Gallery, the exhibi on space of the Croa an Society of Naive Ar sts, is hou-sed in a low baroque building da ng from 1788 in Zagrebs Tkalieva ulica. The Society was founded in 1963, and its aim is to promote and preserve naive art. The Gallery carries the name of the painter Mirko Virius (elekovec, 1889 Ze-mun, 1943), who created numerous works which shaped Croa an naive pain ng as we know it today.

    The Miroslav Kraljevi Gallery

    The Miroslav Kraljevi Gallery was established in 1986 on the ini a ve of a group of independent curators, cri cs and ar sts as a non-profi t associa -on for contemporary art under the auspices of the INA Society for Art and Culture. The Gallery takes its name from the painter whose innova ve approach had a crucial impact on Croa an visual art at the beginning of the 20th century.

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    Palmotieva 16 (+385-1) 492 2692 jcz@zg.t-com.hr www.zoz.hr By prior appointment Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on

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    The Gallery keeps tens of pictures by renowned modern and con-temporary ar sts from Croa a. Apart from the works of Milan and Ivo Steiner, who lent the gallery its name, of par cular note are pa-in ngs by Alfred Pal, Toni Franovi, Ivo Rein, uro Tiljak, Oskar Her-man, Rafael Talvi and Vera Dajht Kralj.

    Tkalieva 14 (+385-1) 481 3730 galerija@hi.t-com.hr www.hd-naiva.hr Monday - Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00, Thursday and Friday 13:00 - 21:00, Saturday 09:00 - 15:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then to

    Gornji grad (Upper Town) on foot via Zakmardijeve stube or Mesnika ulica, or by funicular from Tomieva ulica

    ubieva 29 (+385-1) 459 2696, (+385-) 098 35 0860 info@g-mk.hr www.g-mk.hr Tuesday - Friday 12:00 - 19:00, Saturday 11:00 - 13:00 Entry free Tram no.

    1, 9 or 17 (exit ubieva)

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    GalleryThe Movara Gallery is a project of the Society for the Development of Culture, founded in 2001, and is part of a nightclub of the same name. It organises 6-8 exhibi ons each year. Croa an and foreign ar sts alike exhibit their work in a clubby atmosphere spiced with concerts and par es.

    The Modulor Gallery

    The Modulor Gallery is a specialized space for exhibi ng architectu-ral, urban planning and other design projects.

    Trenjevka Cultural Centre, Park stara Trenjevka 1 (+385-1) 302 7411, 302 4247 modulor@cekate.hr www.cekate.hr Monday - Friday 09:00 - 20:00, Saturday

    09:00 - 12:00 Entry free Tram no. 3, 9 or 12 (exit Nehajska)

    The Nano Gallery, founded in 2005, specializes in the presenta on of contemporary mul media art.

    Gajeva 26 (+385-) 098 51 5323 nano@artenativa.hr www.artenativa.hr During exhibitions open Wednesday - Friday 14:00 - 18:00 Entry free Tram no. 1,

    6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot to Gajeva ulica

    Trnjanski nasip bb (+385-1) 615 9668 mochvara@urk.hr www.mochvara.hr Open during club events (see website) Entry free Bus lines from main railway

    station (Glavni kolodvor) to Novi Zagreb, on foot along the Sava riverbank

    The Nano Gallery

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    The Permanenta Gallery is run by the Croa an Associa on of Ar sts of Applied Arts (ULUPUH). It is a newly renovated gallery space. Six exhibi ons were planned for 2011, as well as a mul tude of accompanying events. The Gallery has been ac ve with some breaks since 1975, and before it moved into its present address it was housed at loca ons across Zagreb.

    Preradovieva 44/1 (+385-1) 481 3746 galerija-ulupuh@zg.t-com.hr www.ulupuh.hr Monday - Friday 10:00 - 13:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14

    or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot to Preradovieva ulica

    The Gallery of the Peoples Open University

    The Gallery of the Cultural Centre of Zagrebs Peoples Open Univer-sity has been ac ve throughout the last 28 years. Keeping abreast with the current art scene, it aims to promote new phenomena and contemporary styles, as well as noteworthy achievements of ar sts of all ages.

    Ulica grada Vukovara 68 (+385-1) 615 6092 cekao@cekao.hr www.pou.hr Monday - Friday 08:00 - 22:00, Saturday 09:00 - 15:00 Entry free Tram no. 3, 5

    or 13 (exit Sveuilina aleja)

    The Expanded Media Gallery

    The Expanded Media Gallery (Galerija Proi-renih medija) started up in 1981 in the gallery spaces of the Croa an Associa on of Ar sts on Stareviev trg with the aim of presen ng con-temporary art. Its programme of events is directed at examining the ar s c prac ces of the 1970s and their impact on contemporary art. With the return of the Associa on to the House of Visual Ar sts, the Gallery took over the circular space under architect Ivan Metrovis cupola. Over three decades of ac -vity, the Gallery has gained the status of one of the most respected exhibi on spaces in Zagreb.

    Trg rtava faizma bb (+385-1) 461 1818, 461 1819 www.hdlu.hr Tuesday - Friday 11:00 - 19:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 14:00 Adults 15kn, Children 10kn

    Tram no. 1, 9, 13 or 17 (exit Trg rtava faizma)

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    Trg rtava faizma bb (+385-1) 461 1818 www.hdlu.hr Monday - Friday 10:00 - 13:00 Adults 20kn, Children 15kn Tram no. 1, 9, 13 or 17 (exit Trg rtava faizma)

    The Student Centre Gallery

    The Student Centre Gallery was founded in 1962 and is one of the most ac ve and important spa-ces dedicated to contemporary art in Croa a. From the very beginning, the Gallery has been a

    place for ar s c experimenta on, and par cular a en on is focused on conceptual art. This is whe-

    re some of the Croa an ar sts who went on to achieve interna onal fame held their fi rst exhibi ons: Boris Buan, Sanja Iveko-vi, Dalibor Mar nis and Miroslav utej. The youngest genera ons of Croa an ar sts hold their exhibi ons in the Student Centre Gallery, as do established Croa an and foreign names. The Gallery is open to all forms of explora on in the fi eld of the visual arts and communica ons.

    Savska 25 (+385-1) 459 3602 galerija@sczg.hr www.galerija.sczg.hr Monday - Friday 12:00 - 20:00, Saturday 10:00 - 13:00 Entry free Tram no. 3, 9,

    12, 14 or 17 (exit Tehniki muzej or Studentski centar)

    The Gallery of the Zagreb

    County Tourist Associa on

    This Gallery is part of the Zagreb County Tourist Associa on Informa- on Centre. It holds regular exhibi ons with the aim of presen ng the cultural heritage and contemporary culture of the county.

    Preradovieva 42 (+385-1) 487 3665 info@tzzz.hr www.tzzz.hr Monday - Friday 08:00 - 16:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 17 to Trg bana J.

    Jelaia, on foot to Preradovieva ulica

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    Trg narodne zatite 2, Remetinec (+385-1) 614 0189 galerija.vladimir.buzancic@czk-novi-zagreb.hr www.czk-novi-zagreb.hr Monday - Wednesday, Friday 09:00 -

    18:00, Thursday and Saturday 10:00 - 14:00 Entry free Tram no. 7, 4 or 14 to Savski most, change to bus no. 110 (exit at 4th stop)

    The Vladimir Filakovac Gallery

    In the 43 years of its existence, the Vladimir Filakovac Gallery has built a reputa on as a respected exhibi on space. It is part of the Dubrava Cultural Centre in east Zagreb.

    Dubrava 51a (+385-1) 205 0063 galerija@ns-dubrava.hr www.ns-dubrava.hr Monday - Friday 10:00 - 19:00 Entry free Tram no. 4 or 11 (exit Grianska)

    The Vladimir Horvat Gallery

    The Vladimir Horvat Gallery is managed by the Zagreb Associa on for Technical Educa on, which aims to s mulate research and to document all ac vi es rela ng to technical educa on. The Gallery hosts up to 24 exhibi ons per year, mainly of photography.

    Trg rtava faizma 14 (+385-1) 461 8804 zajednica@zztk.hr www.zztk.hr Monday - Friday 08:00 - 16:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 9, 13 or 17 to Trg rtava

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    Sajmina ulica 8/1 (+385-1) 662 6026, (+385-) 095 867 5646 zlatnikonj@hi.t-com.hr Wednesday and Sunday 09:00 - 14:00 Depending on the exhibition

    Tram no. 6, 7, or 8 to Most mladosti, continue on foot for 20 min to Sajmina cesta. On Sundays bus no. 295 runs from the main railway station (Glavni kolodvor)

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    The Zrinski Gallery is a mul purpose space in Zagrebs Hotel Palace which holds exhibi ons of work by renowned Croa an ar sts.

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    The HDD Gallery is the fi rst exhibi on space in Zagreb devoted exclusively to the various branches of design: from visual commu-nica ons design through product and fashion design to new media design.

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    The Zvonimir Gallery is part of the Department for Cultural and Social Ac vi es of the Ministry of Defence. Apart from exhibi ons on themes rela ng to the Croa an War of Independence, the anniversaries of the armed forces and other important dates from recent Croa an history, it also holds art exhibi ons.

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    The Nova Gallery organises exhibi ons, talks and performances, ma-king it an important cultural ins tu on in the city.

    Nikole Tesle 7 (+385-1) 487 2582 whw4whw@gmail.com www.whw.hr Tuesday - Friday 12:00 - 20:00, Saturday 11:00 - 14:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6,

    11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot to Teslina ulica

    Margaretska 3 (+385-1) 492 2368 Monday - Friday 11:00 - 19:00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 13:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J.

    Jelaia, on foot to Margaretska ulica

    The Josip Rai Studio

    The Josip Rai Studio Modern Gallery presents the most diverse works by Croa an contemporary ar sts.

    The ULUPUH Gallery

    Tkalieva 14 (+385-1) 481 3746 www.ulupuh.hr Monday - Wednesday, Friday 10:00 - 17:00, Thursday 10:00 - 13:00 and 17:00 - 20:00, Saturday 10:00 - 13:00 Entry

    free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot along Tkalieva ulica

    The ULUPUH Gallery is the exhibi on space of the Croa an Associa on of Ar sts of Applied Arts. Here are held exhibi ons of fashion and tex le design, of ar san jewellery, ceramics,

    porcelain and glass, illustra on and caricature, photography, sculpture, graphic and product de-

    sign as well as exhibi ons related to art forms which are less frequently seen in galleries such as costume and set design, hor culture, model building, architecture and restora on. Alongsi-de Croa an ar sts, the Gallery shows the work of ar sts from Euro-pe and all over the world.

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  • The Too Dabac Archiveee 77 (C-2)The Too Dabac archive is a collec on comprising almost 200,000 nega ves, around 2,000 of the photographers enlargements, valuable photo-graphic equipment, a library and a collec on of journals. Too Dabac was one of the most pro-minent and versa le Croa an photographers who had a great impact on the development of photography in this country. His complete works are preserved in this collec on.

    Ilica 17 (+385-1) 483 3677, Fax: (+385-1) 483 3677 arhiv.toso.dabac@msu.hr www.msu.hr

    Wednesday 12:00 - 16:00 (by prior arrangement) Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana

    J. Jelaia, on foot along Ilica

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    The Zla Dona on 78 (E-2)Zlatko Zla is one of those rare ar sts who devote the greater part of their ar s c oeuvre to animal subjects. Watching them and spending me with them, establishing contact and a personal connec on with the animals has resulted in an impressive collec on of sculptu-re. The permanent exhibi on, which consists of 166 sculptu-res, opened in 2009 within the Zagreb Zoo complex.

    Maksimirski perivoj bb (+385-1) 230 2198, Fax: (+385-1) 230 2199 marketing@zoo.hr www.zoo.

    hr January, November, December 09:00 - 16:00; February 09:00 - 17:00;

    March and October 09:00 - 18:00; April and September 09:00 - 19:00;

    May - August 09:00 - 20:00 Adults 30kn, Children 20kn, Children under 7 free Tram no. 4, 5, 7,11 or 12 (exit

    Maksimir)

    The Inventory of the Crypt of the Franciscan Monastery of Our Lady of Lourdes 79 (E-3)The Monastery library, apart from newer books, owns a Vul-gate Bible from 1648 and several rare books from the 18th century. In the Monastery there is also a sculpture of Christ by the re-nowned Croa an sculpture Ivan Kozari. The Memorial Room of Father Ante An and of the Vice Postulate contains an archive related to the life and work of that eminent Franciscan as well as some 30 works inspired by his image. The Archive also holds the correspondence of Joo Plenik, the architect who designed the sanctuary of the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes.

    Zvonimirova 64 (+385-1) 466 0555 Monday - Sunday 06:30 -

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  • The Inventory of the Monastery and Provincialate of the Conventual Franciscans 80 (A-2)The Monastery holds pain ngs, ecclesias cal robes and liturgical vessels. Of the pictures, the Small Portrait of an Old Man with a White Collar, the baroque Compa-ssionate Mother of God and the portrait of Pope Clement XIV are par cularly valuable. Of the liturgi-cal vessels, of par cular note are the chalices da ng from between the 16th and the 19th centuries and the reliquaries of St Anthony of Padua, St Clare and St Francis of Assisi. The Provincialate archives hold legal documents which date from 1536.

    Sv. Duh 31 (+385-1) 377 1888 Visits by prior arrangement

    Tram no. 2, 6 and 11 (exit Sveti Duh), on foot along Sveti Duh

    6.

    The Inventory of the Parochial House of the Church of St Mark the Evangelist 81 (C-2)Of par cular note in this collec- on is the group of liturgical ve-ssels. The 16th century ciborium is par cularly valuable, as are the works of the Viennese master Virgil Fortmiller. In the salons of the parochial house pain ngs by V. Bukovac, M. Stroy, V. Beci, M. Brodnik, M. C. Crni and M. C. Medovia are kept. There are also several dra s used by the painter Jozo Kljakovi in pain ng the frescoes on the walls of the Church.

    upni dvor, Trg Sv. Marka 5 (+385-1) 485 1611 The

    Inventory may be viewed from the entrance hall Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on

    foot towards Gornji grad (Upper Town)

    The HAZU Graphics O cee 82 (A-2)The Graphics O ce of the Croa an Academy of Science and Arts (HAZU) was established in 1916 when the graphics collec ons of the Strossmayer and Modern Galleries were unifi ed. Its holdings comprise four collec ons: two collec ons of graphics and drawings from the 15th century to the present day, a collec on of posters and a collec on of chalcographic plates.

    Andrije Hebranga 1 (+385-1) 492 2374, Fax: (+385-1) 492 2374

    kabgraf@hazu.hr www.kabinet-grafi ke.hazu.hr During

    exhibitions open Monday - Saturday 10:00 - 18:00 Adults 10kn,

    Children 5kn Tram no. 2, 4, 6, 9 to the main railway station (Glavni

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  • The Jewish Community of Zagreb Library and Archivess 83 (D-3)The library is divided into three parts: a lending sec on com-prised of 5,000 tles, a Hebrew sec on with around 7,000 books and the ikov Library with aro-und 5,500 books. The Archives of the Jewish Community hold about 5,000 documents from the 19th and 20th centuries.

    Palmotieva 16 (+385-1) 492 2692 Monday, Thursday and Friday 11:00 - 15:00, Tuesday and Wednesday 14:00 - 19:00 Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12,

    13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot along Juriieva ulica to the intersection with Palmotieva ulica

    The Juraj Habdeli Library 84 (E-2)Zagrebs Juraj Habdeli Jesuit Library is more than a century old. It has around 150,000 books and about 2,400 maga-zine tles, mainly in subjects rela ng to theology, religion and philosophy. The Library also has an extremely valuable Rari es Collec on with more than 2,500 books from the 15th century to the middle of the 19th century. Among 25 incunabula in the collec on, the Lec onary of Bernardino of Split, printed in Venice in 1495, is especially valuable. The Library has been open to the public since 1999.

    Jordanovac 110 (+385-1) 235 4250, Fax: (+385-1) 235 4251

    knjiznica@ di.hr www. di.hr Monday - Thursday 09:00 - 17:00,

    Friday 09:00 - 15:00 Tram no. 4, 5, 7, 11 or 12 to Kvaternikov trg, change

    to bus no. 202; or tram no. 1, 9 or 17 to Kennedyev trg, change to bus no. 228

    (exit Jordanovac)

    pen to the public since

    The Franjo Schneider Workshop for the Restora on and Building of String Instrumentss 85 (B-3)The collec on was founded in 1983. It consists of original tools and implements, models and moulds for the manufacture of instruments, as well as unfi nis-hed instruments which were the work of Franjo Schneider (1903-1966), the renowned Croa an restorer and maker of string instruments. It also holds photographs with inscrip ons by Schneiders contemporaries, documenta on and a specialist library.

    Trg marala Tita 11 (+385-1) 482 6655, Fax: (+385-1) 482 6655 pavla.markovca@zg.htnet.hr

    www.muzej-franje-schneidera.com Wednesday 12:00 - 16:00 and by prior arrangement Entry free

    Tram no. 4, 12, 13 or 17 (exit Trg marala Tita)

    The Jozo Kljakovi Memorial Collec onn 86 (B-2)The Jozo Kljakovi Memorial Collec on is located in the house donated by painter and writer Kljakovi to the City of Zagreb in 1969, and in which his legacy is kept.

    The Zagreb Centre for Artistic Education, Rokov perivoj 4

    (+385-1) 482 4856, 482 4270, Fax: (+385-1) 482 4858 likovni-centar@

    zg.htnet.hr www.likovni-centar.htnet.hr Tuesday 11:00 - 17:00,

    Wednesday and Friday 14:00 - 19:00 Entry free Tram no. 1, 6, 11,

    12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot to Dolac

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  • The Bela and Miroslav Krlea Memorial Space 87 (B-1)The fl at in which Miroslav and Bela Krlea lived and worked for many years is now an exhibi on space. Furniture, pain ngs, scul-pture, photographs and other works can be viewed here: in total 1,058 items.

    Krlein Gvozd 23 (+385-1) 483 4922, 485 1361 mgz@mgz.hr

    www.mgz.hr Tuesday 11:00 - 17:00 Entry 10kn Tram no. 1, 2, 6 or 11 ) to Britanski trg, on foot along

    Rokov perivoj

    The Marija Juri Zagorka Memorial Apartment 88 (C-2)The apartment on Zagrebs Do-lac in which the famous Croa an writer and journalist Marija Juri Zagorka lived has been made into a museum and exhibi on space and is open to visitors.

    Dolac 8 (+385-1) 487 2406,Fax: (+385-1) 487 2406 zagorka@

    zenstud.hr www.zagorka.net, www.zenstud.hr Thursday and Sunday 11:00 - 16:00 and by prior

    arrangement; library: Thursday 12:00 - 18:00 Entry free Tram no.

    1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot to Dolac

    ,

    ace and is open to v

    The Collec on of the Society of the Sisters of Mercy of St Vincent de Paul 89 (B-3)From its very beginnings there has been a tex les workshop within the Convent, a fact tes fi ed to by its well-preser-ved collec on of 19th century ecclesias cal robes. As well as furniture in the Altdeutsch style and a portrait of Bishop Haulik, the silver liturgical vessels kept in the sacristy are of par cular value. The Convent holds docu-menta on and photographs which illustrate its history and the life and ac vi es of the Sisters of Mercy.

    Frankopanska 17 (+385-1) 483 0239, 483 0240, Fax: (+385-1) 483

    5512 www.milosrdnice-zagreb.hr/nasa-bastina/kulturna-bastina/

    samostanska-zbirka Visits by prior arrangement Tram no. 4, 12, 13 or

    17 (exit Frankopanska)

    The Graphics Collec on of the Na onal University Libraryy 90 (C-5)The collec on of graphics of the Na onal University Library was founded in 1919. It grew out of the Librarys own collec on and the dona ons of Ljubo Babi, Tomislav Krizman, Milan Steiner, Menci Clement Crni and many other Croa an painters and graphic ar sts.

    Hrvatske bratske zajednice 4 (+385-1) 616 4101, Fax: (+385-1)

    616 4186 mmastrovic@nsk.hr www.nsk.hr Monday - Friday

    09:00 - 14:30 Tram no. 3, 5 or 13 (exit Lisinski)

    e y

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  • The Zagreb Cathedral Treasuryy 91 (C-1)The Zagreb Cathedral Treasury holds a priceless collec on of ecclesias cal and cultural trea-sures collected during the course of nine centuries. The Collec on of Precious Metals contains unique items made from silver and gold as well as ivory, crystal and glass. In the Liturgical Robes Collec on, par cularly valuable are a chasuble da ng from the end of the 11th century which belonged to the Hungarian King Ladislaus I, the founder of the Zagreb Bishopric, the 13th century humeral veil of St Augus n Kao and a woven shroud made in the workshop of the Zagreb Bishopric in 1659. There is also the standard of Ban Nikola Baka Erddy, da ng from the 17th century. Of the liturgical books, the most notable is the magnifi cent 17th century ceremonial missal of Juraj of Topusko, Provost of azma. Of the musical nota ons, the most interes ng are the fi rst edi on of the Church hymnal Cithara Oc-tochorda (1701) and the book of chants and sequences Zagrebaki sekvencijar. The Treasury also keeps the Cathedrals architectural documenta on, including the ol-dest surviving fl oorplan from 1792 and the drawings made in 1899 by architect Herman Boll for the renova on of the Cathedral. Also of value are the collec on of coins and the small works of sculpture, par cularly the medals from the legacy of Cardinal Franjo eper.

    Kaptol 31 (+385-1) 481 3007, 489 4892, 492 0308, Fax: (+385-1) 482 8557, 492 0307 katedrala1@zg.t-

    com.hr Visits by prior arrangement Tram no. 1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to

    Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot to Kaptol

    y of Cardinal Fra jo

    The Apartment of the Architect Viktor Kovai 92 (B-3)The apartment of famous Croa an architect Viktor Kovai (18741924) vividly recreates the way the people of Zagreb lived at the beginning of the 20th century, and refl ects the spirit of that me.

    Masarykova 21 (+385-1) 485 5911 mgz@mgz.hr www.mgz.

    hr Thursdays 11:00 - 17:00 Entry 10kn Tram to Trg bana J.

    Jelaia, on foot to Masarykova ulica

    The Collec on of Cate Dujin-Ribar and Dr Ivan Ribar 93 (B-1)The house at Demetrova 3 connects three excep onal pe-ople from Croa as poli cal and cultural life. Those people are Dubravko Duin, actor, director and drama teacher; Dr Ivan Ribar, a prominent poli cian in the period following the Second World War, and Cata Dujin-Ribar, a painter and poet who intertwined her life with theirs, and thanks to whom the fl at at Demetrova 3 has become a museum collec on.

    Demetrova 3/II (+385-1) 485 1361 mgz@mgz.hr www.mgz.

    hr Wednesday 11:00 - 17:00 Entry 10kn Tram no. 1, 6, 11,

    12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, then to Gornji grad (Upper Town) on foot via Zakmardijeve stube or

    Mesnika ulica, or by funicular from Tomieva ulica

    e.

    collec on.

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  • The Collec on of Liturgical Objects of the Zagreb Jewish Community 94 (D-3)The Collec on preserves the religious heritage of the Jewish community in Zagreb. It includes Torahs and their accessories: the cloak, the breast plate, the crown, bells, the wooden handles and yad (pointer). The Collec on also encompasses silverware, including various menorahs, chalices and besamim (spice boxes), as well as tex le items such as prayer robes, mens caps and various headdresses. Of the other items, of par cular interest are the shofar (horn), mezuzah (parchment inscribed with verses from the Torah) and implements for circumcision. Some items date back to the 19th century.

    Palmotieva 16 (+385-1) 492 2692, Fax: (+385-1) 492 2694

    Monday - Friday 10:00 - 12:00 by prior arrangement Tram no.

    1, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14 or 17 to Trg bana J. Jelaia, on foot along Juriieva ulica to the intersection with Palmotieva

    ulica

    The Collec on of the Stenjevec Parochial House 96 (A-3)The Collec on includes the extensive Parochial archive with memorials from the 18th and 19th centuries and other valuable documents. The Library holds several thousand volumes, among which the Breviary da ng from 1549 is par cularly valuable.

    upni dvor, Stenjevec 9 (+385-1) 373 2729, Fax: (+385-1) 373 2729

    Visits by prior arrangement Tram no. 1,2, 6 or 11 to rnomerec,

    change to bus no. 120,122 or 123 to Stenjevec

    he 19 centu y.

    le.

    The Collec on of the Monastery of St Francis of Ksaver in Zagreb 95 (C-1)In the 1930s this former Jesuit monastery and church on Ksaver street in north Zagreb was occupied by Franciscans of the third order, Glagoli c monks who prac ce and preserve the tradi -on of wri ng in the old Croa an Glagoli c script. The Monasterys collec on holds treasures from all regions of Croa a in which the Order has lived and worked. Of par cular note is the Collec on of Liturgical Vessels, while the Glagoli c Archive is especially im-portant. The Archive was brought from the island of Krk, one of the historic centres of the Glagoli c priests.

    Jandrieva 21 (+385-1) 467 3801, Fax: (+385-1) 468 3802 info@franjevcitor.hr www.

    franjevcitor.hr Visits by prior arrangement Entry free

    Tram no. 8 or 14 to Gupeva zvijezda, change to bus no. 104 (exit

    Jandrieva)

    The Vjenceslav Richter and Nada Kare-Richter Collec onn 97 (A-2)Vjenceslav Richter was one of the most prominent Croa an ar sts of the 1950s and 60s, exploring new possibili es in architecture, pain- ng and sculpture. He and his wife Nada Kare-Richter donated their artworks and their family villa to the City of Zagreb. A selec on of Richters life works is displayed on the ground fl oor and in the sculpture park.

    Vrhovec 38 (+385-1) 370 4892, Fax: (+385-1) 370 4892

    richter@msu.hr www.richter.com.hr Wednesday and Saturday

    11:00 - 16:00; other days by prior arrangement on tel. (+385-1) 605 2700

    Entry free Tram no. 2, 6 or 11 (exit Slovenska), on foot to Vrhovec

    ests.

    pture park.

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  • PublisherZagreb Tourist Board

    Kaptol 5 | 10 000 ZagrebTel.: (+385-1) 489 8555 | Fax: (+385-1) 481 4340

    info@zagreb-touristinfo.hr | info@zagreb-convention.hrwww.zagreb-touristinfo.hr

    For the PublisherAmelia Tomaevi, PhD

    EditorVinja Arambai

    AssistantsMarlisa Faai, Ana Landeka, Davor Guvo, Ivana Mahni

    ProductionPlava Ponistra d.o.o.

    Design & LayoutGordan Karabogdan, Maja Vidovi

    English TranslationNataly Anderson

    Map Copyright Zagreb Tourist Board

    PrintingGrafi ng, Zagreb, 2011

    Print Run10.000

    PhotographyThe Archaeological Museum in Zagreb (Igor Krajcar), The Metrovi Atelier (Boris Cvjetanovi), The PBZ Museum of Banking, The Ethnographic Museum, The Glyptotheque of the Croa an Academy of Sciences and Arts, The Croa an Museum of Nave Art, The Croa an Museum of Architecture of the Academy of Sciences and Arts, The Croa an History Museum, The Croa an Natural History Musem, The Croa an School Museum, The Croa an Sports Museum, The Croa an Railway Museum, The Croa an Society of Ar sts, The HT Museum The Museum of Post and Telecommunica ons, The Klovievi dvori Gallery, Lauba The House for People and Art, The Hun ng Museum of the Croa an Hun ng Associa on, The Ante and Wiltrud Topi Mimara Art Collec on - Mimara Museum, The Modern Gallery, The Museum of the Blessed Alojzije Stepinac, The Zagreb City Museum, The Marton Museum, The Draen Petrovi Museum and Memorial Centre, The Police Museum, The Museum of Broken Rela onships, The Prigorje Museum, The Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church of the Zagreb and Ljubljana Metropolitanate, The Museum of Contemporary Art (Damir Fabijani), The Museum of Arts and Cra s, The HAZU Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters, The Technical Museum (Zvonimir Ambru), The Typhlology Museum, The Art Pavilion, The Military Museum of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Croa a, The Design Centre of the Croa an Chamber of Economy, Cro Art Photo Club, Europe House, The KIC Photo Gallery, The A Gallery, The Barrel Gallery, The Bernardo Bernardi Gallery, The Canvas Gallery, The Dogaanja Gallery, The Felix Gallery, The Forum Gallery, The Fotoklub Zagreb Gallery, The Karas Gallery, The Kranjar Gallery, The Kristofor Stankovi Gallery, The LIKUM Gallery, The Marisall Gallery, The Mijo Kovai Gallery, The Milan and Ivo Steiner Gallery, The Mirko Virius Gallery, The Miroslav Kraljevi Gallery, The Movara Gallery, The Modulor Gallery, The Nano Gallery, The Permanenta Gallery (Dragu n kreblin), The Gallery of the Peoples Open University, The Expanded Media Gallery, The Ring Gallery, The Student Centre Gallery, The Gallery of the Zagreb County Tourist Associa on , The Vladimir Buani Gallery, The Vladimir Filakovac Gallery, The Vladimir Horvat Gallery, The VN Gallery, The Zlatni konj Gallery, The Zrinski Gallery, The Zvonimir Gallery, HDD The Croa an Society of Designers, The Mdiathque of the French Ins tute, Galerija Nova, The Josip Rai Studio, The ULUPUH Gallery (Maa trbac), The Too Dabac Archive, The Zla Dona on, The Inventory of the Crypt of the Franciscan Monastery of Our Lady of Lourdes, The Inventory of the Monastery and Provincialate of the Conventual Franciscans, The Inventory of the Parochial House of the Church of St Mark the Evangelist, The HAZU Graphics O ce, The Jewish Community of Zagreb Library and Archives, The Juraj Habdeli Library, The Franjo Schneider Workshop for the Restora on and Building of String Instruments, The Jozo Kljakovi Memorial Collec on, The Bela and Miroslav Krlea Memorial Space, The Marija Juri Zagorka Memorial Apartment, The Collec on of the Society of the Sisters of Mercy of St Vincent de Paul, The Graphics Collec on of the Na onal University Library, The Zagreb Cathedral Treasury, The Apartment of the Architect Viktor Kovai, The Collec on of Cate Dujin-Ribar and Dr Ivan Ribar, The Collec on of Liturgical Objects of the Zagreb Jewish Community, The Collec on of the Monastery of St Francis of Ksaver in Zagreb, The Collec on of the Stenjevec Parochial House, The Vjenceslav Richter and Nada Kare-Richter Collec on, Zagreb Tourist Board Archivs. Cover Photos: The ULUPUH Gallery (Aleksandra Ana Bukovi, Animafest, Zbigniew Libera), The Technical Museum (Zvonimir Ambru), The Dogaanja Gallery (Ana Horvat)

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