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Trzic Museum

Muzejska ulica 11, Trzic 4290, Slovenia
+386 31 337 311
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One of the most interesting museums!

If you have the chance to visit this museum and get to know more about slovenian traditional work... read more

Reviewed April 8, 2018
Katja K
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Ljubljana, Slovenia
A great surprise

When we went to the tourist office the young lady there didn´t say a word about this... read more

Reviewed August 12, 2017
borsgarde
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The exhibition "Tržiški šuštarji" at the Musem of Tržič presents the richest shoemaking collection in Slovenia. The exhibition presents the remarkable tradition of Tržič shoemaking, which thousands of people from Tržič made a living with, and offers the opportunity to see first-hand the old manually crafted footwear and the Peka industrial production and their results, which reflected in the shoe-wearing culture of the people of Tržič and other Slovenians. Tržič is one of our oldest sports and skiing centres, from which most of the Slovenian Winter Olympics team members hail. It is not a coincidence, therefore, that the Slovenian Ski Museum opened its doors right here. The permanent exhibition displays the history of skiing, from the first testimonies in prehistoric times until today. A special place is occupied by the skiers from Tržič, who competed at the Winter Olympics for the first time in 1948. The exhibition presents the most resounding results obtained by Jože, Šlibar, Bojan Križaj, Andrej Jerman and Žan Košir. Part of the exhibition is dedicated to the great names of the Slovenian alpine skiing, who achieved the greatest successes at the Olympics and World Championships, and to the winners of the World Cup. In addition to the mentioned exhibitions, the Musem of Tržič displays other crafting collections (tanner, wheelwright, blue-printing and textile collections). One of the rooms is dedicated to the Borns, a family of barons that marked the life in the settlement of Jelendol and the wider area of Tržič from the end of the 19th to the 20th century.
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Apr 8, 2018
“One of the most interesting museums!”
Aug 12, 2017
“A great surprise”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Muzejska ulica 11, Trzic 4290, Slovenia
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+386 31 337 311
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Reviewed April 8, 2018

If you have the chance to visit this museum and get to know more about slovenian traditional work, please don't hestitate, we were most pleasantly surprised. The museum itself is very interactive, they gathered all the interesting information and presented it in different ways -...More

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Reviewed August 12, 2017

When we went to the tourist office the young lady there didn´t say a word about this museum. Strange... Anyhow we found it and it was really something special. The curator has done a great you here in showing what made this town flourish. The...More

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Reviewed January 5, 2017

We visited the museum on Šuštarska nedelja, a holiday that takes place in the town of Tržič. The entry free was free of charge and the curator, that took us round the museum was awesome. I have never heard, learned or had such a nice...More

Thank Tjasa S
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Reviewed July 25, 2016

In the museum you can see interesting collections, showing the development of Monfalcone and its surrounding areas over time. Predsatvlja rich ethnological treasury of Tržič.

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