Region: Region Prešov (Prešovský kraj)
District: Humenné
City / Municipality: Humenné
Latitude:48° 56' 19.82004" / 48.9388389
Longitude:21° 54' 26.237880000018" / 21.907288300000005
Included in categories: Mansions and Palaces, Museums
Vihorlat Museum The beginnings of Vihorlat Museum's history date back to the year 1960 and are connected with the decision that the renovated manor house in Humenne will also serve museum purposes.We obtained the statute of Local History Museum in 1964. Since 2002, the founder of the museum is Prešov self-governing region. At present, more than 100 000 pieces of collection objects are concentrated in the collections of the museum. Despite the authenticity of each of them belong to the most valuable finds of Celtic coins (in village Ptičie), mass finding of coins from  the 17th century (in village Topoľa), unique ancient weapons and armours, baroque icons,valuable paintings,original  furniture and many other collection items. With the increasing number of collections and the development of research activities, there are creating favorable conditions for exposure and exhibition activities in the museum. The first was the exhibition "The Feudal Housing Culture", which was made available to the public ... ... Read more

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