Lošinj Museum

Lošinjski muzej

In September 2007 the Lošinj Museum detached from the Adult Education Centre of Mali Lošinj and was founded as a local city museum of common type, its founder being the City of Mali Lošinj.

 

The Museum functions in three buildings in Veli Lošinj, Mali Lošinj and Osor and on two islands, Lošinj and Cres. Lošinj Museum has its seat in the Fritzy Palace which houses permanent exhibitions of the Art Collections of Mali Lošinj (Piperata Collection and Mihičić Collection), The Fritzy Gallery and the museum staff.

 

The Tower Museum-Gallery in Veli Lošinj is a showroom of the Lošinj Museum in which the permanent exhibition on history of Veli Lošinj is set, together with the Tower Gallery. The Archaeological Collection of Osor is a separate and autonomous department of the Lošinj Museum. Permanent exhibition is placed on the first floor where the working space of the museum staff is located as well. The Lapidarium is situated inside a spacious loggia, together with the ancient stone fragments, Medieval wicker ornaments and the Renaissance spolias.



Text source: http://www.muzej.losinj.hr/hr/muzej_danas/
Foto source: http://www.volim-losinj.org/images/stories/kultura/knj_fritzy.jpg

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Permanent exhibition

Permanent exhibition

Beginnings of long and turbulent history of the Archaeological collection of Osor reach back to the 18th century and are related to Dinaričić, the Bishop of Osor who acquired the first collection of...

Permanent exhibition

Permanent exhibition

Two most significant collections from the Art Collections of Mali Lošinj have been displayed in the Fritzy Palace – The Piperata Collection of Old Masters in the Great Hall on the first floor and...

Permanent exhibition

Permanent exhibition

Permanent exhibition can be seen on the three floors of the Tower (ground floor, the 1st and the 2nd floor), conceived as a combination of thematic presentation and chronological sequence. The most...


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