Istra ecoxperience

Eco Museums

Batana Ecomuseum

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  • Istarsko / Istrian de Dignan Ecomuseum

    The primary objective of this association is to protect and revitalize tangible and intangible rural heritage, including traditional tools, skills and crafts and historic wooden carts and livestock ..

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  • Kažun Park

    With the aim of revitalizing and preserving the traditional Istrian dry stone shelter kažun and dry stone technique, the Town of Vodnjan has been organizing workshops ˝My kažun – La mia casita˝ for several years.

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  • Traktor Story & Konobon Gallery

    The area known since ancient times as a meeting point of communication routes and paths, situated near the natural landmark of Baredine Cave, showcases an ethno story dedicated to agriculture. The display of various tools and machinery as well as numerous preserved photographs and documents, tells the story of the area and its people.

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  • Ecomuseum Vlaški Puti (Vlach Paths)

    The Ecomuseum Vlaški Puti (Vlach Paths) brings forward the social history and traditional culture of Šušnjevica and its surroundings through the concept of a cultural landscape.

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  • Papago Park

    Papago Park is the first bird park in this part of Europe to cover 30,000 m2. It is home to over 200 birds from around the world.

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Ethnographic Museum of Istria

Do you want to know more about the everyday life of Istria in the past, but also in the present? Are you interested in different ways of life in certain parts of the Istrian peninsula? In that case, the Ethnographic museum of Istria is the place you’re looking for.

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Aquarium Pula - Ambassadors of the sea

Aquarium Pula is the largest aquarium in Croatia, located in 130-year-old Austro-Hungarian fortifications, where a unique combination of natural and cultural heritage has been highlighted for more than 20 years. The aquarium offers an unforgettable experience of displaying one of the most diverse displays of Mediterranean life in Europe, together with tropical displays that together cover an area of ​​more than 3,000 m2.

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