Archaeological Museum in Zagreb

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Phoenicians’ Route

The Archaeological Museum in Zagreb, situated on the Phoenician’s Route of the Council of Europe, which opened its doors in 1846 as the country’s National Museum, is in the Vranyczany-Hafner Palace in Zrinski Square. Its holdings include over 450,000 different artifacts collected from different sources, many of which are of significant national importance. The museum’s collection also includes artifacts and monuments from abroad, such as the Egyptian collection, a Numismatic collection and significant collections of Greek and Roman origin. The rich collection of painted Greek vases of south Italian and Greek origin, the precious collection of stone monuments of Italian provenance, and the famous Zagreb Mummy and the Linen Book of Zagreb (Liber linteus Zagrabiensis) are particularly noteworthy.

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