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Odjeljenje za etnologiju, izložba Diorame s maketama

Scale-Model Dioramas

The permanent exhibition Scale-Model Dioramas, on the ground floor of the Ethnology Pavilion, presents different kinds of living and working environments in Bosnia and Herzegovina from times past. Every diorama reconstructs one type of building or site. 

Odjeljenje za etnologiju, Život i kultura gradskog stanovništva, 19. stoljeće

The Life and Culture of the Urban Populace in 19th Century Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Ethnology Department’s permanent exhibition, The Life and Culture of the Urban Populace in 19th Century Bosnia and Herzegovina, provides insight into the domestic culture of well-off city dwellers and their culture in general.

arheologija srednji vijek izložba

Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Middle Ages

A permanent exhibition in the Archaeology Pavilion, Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Middle Ages occupies three exhibition halls.

arheologija antika izložba

Bosnia and Herzegovina in Classical Antiquity

A permanent exhibition of the Archaeology Department, Bosnia and Herzegovina in Classical Antiquity is conceived to comprise roughly two periods: the Early Roman Empire (the Principate) from the end of Bato's uprising in 9 CE to the 3rd century CE, and the Late Roman Empire (the Dominate), from t

Fauna of Mountain Streams and Rivers

On permanent display in the Natural Sciences Pavilion, this exhibition provides insight into the fauna peculiar to the streams and rivers of the mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina as a specific ecosystem.

Odjeljenje za prirodne nauke, zoologija, kopitari, papkari

Ungulates of the World

No single group of vertebrates is so seemingly diverse, yet so genetically connected as the ungulates.

Odjeljenje za prirodne nauke, zoologija, pećinska fauna, pećine, sisari, sisavci, šišmiš, slijepi miš

Cave Fauna

This permanent exhibition in the Natural Sciences Pavilion provides insight into the fauna of the cave, a habitat type with specific ecological conditions, including increased humidity, darkness, and minimal seasonal temperature variations.

Odjeljenje za prirodne nauke, zoologija, ornitologija, ptice

Birds of Bosnia and Herzegovina

During the 19th and 20th centuries, 326 species from the class Aves (birds) were identified and recorded as being present in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Of that number, 226 species were recorded as nesting, while the rest were recorded as passing through or wintering.

Odjeljenje za prirodne nauke, zoologija, sisari, šišmiš

Mammals

Of around 4,500 species of mammals, 200 of them have been recorded in Europe. This permanent exhibition in the Natural Sciences Pavilion shows the abundance and diversity of this segment of fauna in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Odjeljenje za prirodne nauke, geologija, rude, stijene

Rocks and ores

In the displayed collection of rocks, visitors will see the three main types of rock which make up the Earth's crust: igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. The igneous rocks displayed include granite, syenite, diorite, gabbro, andesite, melaphyre, and trachyte.

Odjeljenje za prirodne nauke, botanika, šume

Forests of Bosnia and Herzegovina

On permanent display in the Natural Sciences building, this exhibition is conceptualised on the principles of phytocoenology – the study of plant communities. It aims to show the number, variety, and complexity of forest communities on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Odjeljenje za prirodne nauke, zoologija, životne zajednice, diorama

The Plant and Animal Life of Bosnia and Herzegovina

A permanent display in the Natural Sciences Pavilion, this exhibition comprises six dioramas showing the most distinctive biocoenoses (biological or ecological communities) in Bosnia and Herzegovina: the Herzegovina karst, the Bosnia foothills, the mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina (two diorama

Odjeljenje za prirodne nauke, zoologija

Zoogeography

This exhibition stands out in that it does not show species of animals found in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but species from other continents. Many of these species are considered exotic.

Invertebrates

The animal kingdom is divided into two groups based on whether or not a species has a spine: invertebrates do not have a spine and vertebrates do. Invertebrates (Invertebrata) make up about 95 percent of all species discovered until now.

Botanic Garden

The Botanic Garden was started in 1912–13 under the supervision of the famous botanist Karl Malý (1874–1951). It has changed its appearance over time, but the main concept behind it, aside from minor alterations, is essentially unchanged.

natural sciences, geology, fossil, pleistocene, bones

Pleistocene and Subfossil Vertebrates of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The exhibition shows fossil remains of mammals, most of them dating from the Upper Pleistocene and found in the territory of today's Bosnia and Herzegovina.

natural sciences, botany, Macromycetes, Morchella esculenta, mushroom

Macrofungi (Macromycetes)

On permanent display in the Natural Sciences Pavilion, this exhibition shows the most important and most familiar mushrooms of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Natural sciences, geology, minerals, semi-precious stone, agate

Minerals

The Minerals exhibition comprises two parts.