Archaeological Museum, Zagreb
Great museum that you should not miss, situated in an old beautiful building on the most beautiful Zagreb Square Zrinjevac, the building alone is interesting enough to visit. The museum is not too big, there are some interesting collections. One of the things you must not miss is Zagreb mummy, Etruscan mummy found in Egypt. The Mummy was found wrapped up in a Etrucan manuscipt, the longest text know in Etrucan language in the world.
This year Croatian Apoxyomenos was finally exhibited. One of 8 bronze Greek sculptures like that in the world, found in 1998 near the island Losinj.
Tip: when you are done with your visit sit down in the Lapidarium in the Museums garden and enjoy your drink while being surrounded with Greek and Roman stone monuments (check photo 4).
PS: the ticket should be quite cheap, student one is 10 kunas.
The Archaelogical Croatian Museum is seated in the Vranyczany Hafner mansion at 19 Zrinski Square. The museum collections, consisting of nearly 400,000 varied artifacts and monuments, which have been gathered over the years from many different sources.
very nice approach covered with findings and good written text help you realize how was life some thousands years ago...
there's also a nice egyptian collection, small, but very nice