The Croatian Museum of Naïve Art is a fine art museum in Zagreb, Croatia dedicated to the work of naïve artists of the 20th century.
Croatian Naive Art Museum -Ćirilmetodska 3 -The museum keeps works of Croatian naive expression of the 20th century. It is located in the 18th century Raffay Palace in the Upper Town. The museum holdings consist of 1500 works of art - paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints, mainly by Croatian…
Croatian museum of naive art has a collection of works of the greatest Croatian naive painters, including Ivan Generalić, the most famous of them. There are just a few rooms, so you can make your visit in a quite short time. So if you want to see some genuine Croatian art you shall not miss this…
If you like Croatia’s naive art – a form that was highly fashionable locally and worldwide during the 1960s and 1970s and has declined somewhat since – this small museum will be a feast...
“A must go for any one remotely interested in 20th century sculpture. Meštrović worked with Rodin. Fabulous works. Even more impressive since you are visiting Mestrović's house which he bequeathed to the Croatian state 10 years before his death”
“Croatian Natural History Museum -Demetrova 1 -The Museum was founded in 1986. Today it is important as a scientific institution. The holdings of the Museum comprise more than 250,000 specimens distributed among various different collections. ”
“The eastern side of Markov trg is taken up by the Croatian sabor (parliament), built in 1910 on the site of baroque 17th- and 18th-century town houses...”
“Croatian History Museum -Matoševa 9 -The Croatian History Museum’s materials number almost 300,000 museum exponents systemized into seventeen museum collections: Archaeology Collection, Numismatic Collection, Collection of Stone Monuments, Collection of Religious Arte¬facts, Heraldry and Sphragistic Collection, Collection of Objects from Everyday Life, Arms and Armoury Collection, Collection of Decorations, Plaques, Medals and Badges, Collection of Flags and Streamers, Uniform Collection, Collection of Paintings, Prints and Sculptures, Map Collection, Documen¬tary Collection I, Documentary Collection II, Twentieth Century Art Collection, Col¬lection of Photographs, Films and Negatives and Miscellaneous Collection. ”
“The museums permanent exhibition shows the past of the City of Zagreb, from prehistory, traces of which were recently uncovered under the very building of the museum itself, to the present day.”