Muzej Sinj

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Address:

Museum of the Cetinska Krajina Region – Sinj
5 Andrije Kačića Miošića
21230 Sinj
Telephone: +385 (0)21 821 949
Telephone/Fax: +385 (0)21 821 569

e-mail: muzej.cetinske.krajine1@st.htnet.hr

Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday 8.00am-4.00pm
Saturday 8.00am-1.00pm
Sunday – by appointment only

Tickets:

(outside the VAT system)
Adults: HRK 10.00
Schoolchildren & Students: HRK 5.00
Senior Citizens: HRK 5.00
Free Admission: Preschool Children, Croatian Defenders, Disabled Visitors

Payment:

Cash, Voucher, Credit Transfer

Photography:

Visitors may take photographs or video as arranged in advance with the Museum Director. Commercial use of any photographs or videos taken in the Museum is not permitted.

 

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Collection of Documents

The Collection of Documents consists of 1510 items. The contents include a wide range of documentary material dating from the 19th century to the present. The mainstay of the Collection is the Second World War-related material, mainly assembled in the second half of the 20th century, when the Museum of the Cetinska Krajina Region was also founded.
Valuable documentary material comprises publications and documents witnessing different events relating to political institutions, humanitarian, cultural and commercial organisations from the first half of the 20th century (the interwar years) and the Second World War period. The largest part of the Collection covers official correspondence between the National Liberation Committees on the levels of villages, towns and districts, circulars, requisition forms, receipts, ordinances, proclamations, instructions, notes and monthly reports. The Collection's highlights include an occasional sonnet published in 1838 on the occasion of holding the solemn Alka in honour of King of Saxony Frederick Augustus II, and an occasional poem honouring the visit to Sinj of Archduke of Austria Franz Carl on 22 October 1842.
The prominent place in the Collection is occupied by the original architectural and construction project documentation of the Režija duhana building complex. The documentation dates from 1894, was created at Vienna, and includes situational plans, layouts, cross sections and other related documents.