Osijek Archaeological Museum

Osijek Archaeological Museum (Croatian: Arheološki muzej Osijek) is an archaeological museum in Osijek, Croatia. It is located in Tvrđa.

Osijek Archaeological Museum
Arheološki muzej Osijek
Archaeological Museum in Osijek.jpg
Established28 April 2005 (17 years ago) (2005-04-28)
LocationOsijek, Croatia
Coordinates45°33′39″N 18°41′43″E / 45.56083°N 18.69528°E / 45.56083; 18.69528Coordinates: 45°33′39″N 18°41′43″E / 45.56083°N 18.69528°E / 45.56083; 18.69528
TypeArchaeological museum
DirectorZvonko Bojčić
CuratorDomagoj Dujmić (for prehistory)
Tomislav Hršak (for prehistory)
Igor Vukmanić (for antiquity)
Websiteamo.hr

It consists of two buildings: The City Guard and Brožan House.

The museum was established on 28 April 2005 by a decision of the Government of the Republic of Croatia.[1]

It was opened on 16 November 2007, in a ceremony attended by Božo Biškupić, the Minister of Culture.

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-08-19. Retrieved 2012-07-09.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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