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Celebrating the 133rd birthday of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dear visitors, on February 1st, 2021, we invite you to visit us in order to celebrate the 133rd birthday of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The museum is open from 10 am to 9 pm with free admission.
During the previous years we witnessed a constant struggle for the survival of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. On the eve of the 133rd birthday of our oldest scientific and cultural institution, the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, we are facing numerous old and new challenges. Determined to return the old shine to the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and to introduce it to modern museological trends in the near future, we are pleased to present new content and activities through the modest celebration of this important date.
We remind you that the celebration of February 1st, the day when the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina was founded, is a traditional event during which we offer a large number of content for all our audience. This year, with respect and adherence to all epidemiological measures, the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina will host the following:
12 am – 1 pm Sarajevo Haggadah Room opened
2 pm - Opening ceremony of the exhibition "Tragom divljih orhideja" at the Department of Natural Sciences, the author of the exhibition is Ermana Lagumdžija. The exhibition will provide visitors with the opportunity to get acquainted with the small gems of the Bosnian flora that are part of the landscape for all those who are careful enough to recognize them.
6 pm – 7 pm Sarajevo Haggadah Room opened
7 pm - Opening ceremony of the exhibition "Predah" at the Department of Ethnology, authors of the exhibition: Samir Avdić, Lebiba Džeko, Nirha Efendić, Ernis Šljivo, Lejla Bečar, Amar Zahiragić. The exhibition consists of exhibits from the Department of Ethnology and the Department of Archaeology that testify to the centuries-old tradition and custom of drinking coffee and enjoying tobacco in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In addition to the above content, visitors will have the opportunity to purchase publications and souvenirs by the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina at promotional prices with 20 percent discount and a free visit to the Sarajevo Haggadah Room in the specified time.
Due to the obligation to implement epidemiological measures, the entrance to each building of the Museum will be controlled and limited to a maximum of 30 people.
We ask all visitors to adhere to all prescribed measures during their stay at the Museum.
Welcome to the 133rd birthday of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina!