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Mimara Museum

278 Reviews

Mimara Museum

278 Reviews
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E8224QZgloriam wrote a review Jan 2020
Seattle, Washington17 contributions5 helpful votes
A joy to wander among the masters.....with rarely another person in sight. The top floor exhibits paintings primarily from the 12th to the 20th centuries. French, Spanish, Italian, and Flemish/Dutch and a display of medieval Russian icons. Familiar masters well represented! The pieces are well organized and well displayed in a beautiful old mansion. This museum is a gem!
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Date of experience: January 2020
Madan Gopal M wrote a review Nov 2019
Bengaluru, India4,279 contributions171 helpful votes
This is an exceptional mega Museum consisting of private art collection of Ante Topic Mimara, a rare and dedicated individual. I went through this amazing exhibits spanning three millennia from wide range of periods and regions across the globe. The Museum is in three floors in sequencially numbered halls and informative signages. From Chinese bronzes, oriental carpets, Archeological collection from Romanesque, Gothic art, Icons, European sculptures, paintings of master artists and many more, this Museum enthralled me. The brochure in english is excellent and staff are very helpful. The admission ticket is 30 Kuna and there is also shop selling museum related souvenirs and art pieces including prints and photographs. Not to be missed by any traveller.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Movarip wrote a review Jul 2019
Piravom, India1,522 contributions170 helpful votes
Great Museum, its very beautiful and the arts are wonderful. It is one of the must see attractions for those visiting Zagreb.
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Date of experience: June 2019
massimoswitz wrote a review Jul 2019
Zurich, Switzerland646 contributions94 helpful votes
Interesting museum with many art objects such as paintings, sculptures and with about 200 objects in the archaeological part.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Mims0309 wrote a review Jul 2019
Cleveland, Ohio12 contributions4 helpful votes
This was the most beautiful venue for our daughter’s wedding reception this past June, 2019! The museum is gorgeous from the outside as well as the inside.…the exhibits are beautiful and well worth the visit while in Zagreb. The venue can be rented for special events after hours and it is sure to impress! The catering company- Majetić Catering is beyond professional as is their staff! The food is delicious and the service is impeccable. Mimara museum is not to be missed for its beautiful exhibits and if one has a special event, such as a wedding- this is THE place to have it in! Highly recommend!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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