Muzej Vojvodine


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Dunavska 35, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia

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The Museum of Vojvodina is a tradition whose beginnings are related to the Serbian Mother. In the "Letopis Matice srpske", distant 1825, an idea was born about the need to establish a museum collection. The idea was translated into reality on October 26, 1847, when the decision was made to establish the Serbian National Museum or Museum, where "all antiques and sights will be kept". The founder's wish was that Muzeum become a "mirror of the lives of our people in the areas in which he lives." The Museum of Vojvodina is an organisationally organized institution, with a rich museum fund that has about 400,000 objects and a library fund with over 50,000 publications. Regular museum publication The work of the Museum of Vojvodina, which has been published since 1952, was called the work of the Vojvodina Museum until 1994. In the establishment of a widespread museum network, depandans were created - Etno-house "Rattan" in Backa Jarca and Museum complex in Kulpin, which has been part of the Museum since 2004. year. The Vojvodina Museum in front of the public comes out with a complexly constructed permanent setting, which, for the last eight thousand years, presents the development of human society on the present day of Vojvodina. In a space of 3,000 m2, 6,000 representative exhibits from archeology, general history, art history and ethnology were presented. The permanent setting provides a synthetic picture of the millennium past of this region. The exposed objects testify to the duration of human communities and cultures from the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic to the first human traces at Irig, about 70,000 years old, through the old, Vinkovci and other Neolithic cultures, the multilayer Gomolava, Feudvar and Kalakaca, until the mythical times of ancient Greece and the magnificent monuments of imperial Rome , from the peoples' lives to the shift of ethnic communities - Slovenian, Hungarian, Serbian and other nations. The first part of the permanent exhibition is monitored by the Museum of Vojvodina. The second part of the permanent setting, which speaks of the past of Vojvodina from the middle of the XIX century to the middle of XX, is in the building of the former History Museum. Three Roman parade helmets represent unique specimens of their kind in Europe and for decades they are distinguished as an informal trademark of the Museum. Ticket prices: for pupils and students: 100 dinars for adults: 150 dinars family ticket: 200 dinars for foreign tourists guided tour in English: 200 dinars Free entrance have: - children under 7 years of age - members of the Museum Society of Serbia (MDS) - members of ICOM - people with special needs The Museum of Vojvodina opened its extensive permanent exhibition to the public, presenting the constant development of eight thousand years of human society on the present territory of Vojvodina. 6,000 representative exhibits from archeology (from the Paleolithic period up to the antique), general history and art history (from the XV century until the second half of the XX century) and ethnology are all presented in the area of ​​3,000 square meters. The permanent exhibition offers a comprehensive picture of the area's millennial past. The exhibited pieces demonstrate the duration of human communities and cultures from the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic periods up to the first traces of human beings near Irig, dating from about 70,000 years ago. They also show Strarčevo, Vinča and other Neolithic cultures and cultures from Feudvar site, Kalača site and various layers of Gomolava site. Some items also date from the mythical periods of ancient Greece while some are representative of the beautiful monuments of the Roman Empire. The exhibition also includes cultural artifacts dating from the migrations of nations and replacements of ethnic communities - Slavs, Hungarians, Serbs, and other nations. The second half of the permanent exhibition, which illustrates Vojvodina's past from the mid-XIX century until the mid-20th century, is housed at the Historical Museum. Numerous pieces could be pointed out as rare and representative, but for decades, two pieces have been singled out as the Museum's trademark: two Roman parade helmets from Berkasovo, which are unique examples of their kind throughout Europe. Annexes were created in order to establish a diversified museum network - the exhibition of period furniture at Dunđerski castle in Čelarevo, ethno house "Log Cabin" in Backi Jarak and Press Museum in Novi Sad, located in the house where the first issue of Slobodna Vojvodina, the antecedent of Dnevnik newspaper, was printed in 1942. Since 2004, the Museum also includes Agricultural Collection in Kulpin. A number of permanent exhibitions have also been exhibited - a pedagogical exhibition at the JJ Zmaj School, Novi Sad, a memorial exhibition of Jovan Rajić (1726-1801), a historian and writer at Kovilj monastery, the one dedicated to the world-renowned scientist Mihajlo Pupin (1850- 1935) and Idvor, the Homeland Museum and Čerević, museum exhibitions in Ruski Krstur and Hrtkovci, the home of Miloš Crnjanski (1893-1977) and the library in Csongrad (Hungary), the home of Dositej Obradović (1740-1811) and Čakovo Romania), the home of Sava Tekelija and Arad (Romania), and the Museum of the Batina Battle. The Museum of Vojvodina performs operations of its basic activity for all the institutions of movable cultural property protection, museums, galleries and collections on the territory of Vojvodina, i.e. the supervision of their professional activity. Single ticket: 100 dinars Family tickets: 200 dinars Tickets for foreign tourists - English: 200 dinars Free entrance for: - children under 7 years old - members of the Serbian Museum Society - members of the ICOM - people with disabilities

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