Slovenian Museum of Natural History

Prirodoslovni muzej Slovenije

The Slovenian Museum of Natural History was established in 1821 as the Provincial Museum. The Museum houses zoological, botanical and geological collections.

Permanent installations include various collections: Geological and Paleontological Collection; Zois Mineral Collection; Hohenwart Collection of Molusc Chells; Herbarium Collections; Ferdinand J. Schmidt Insect Collection; Proteus Presentation; Mountain, Marsh and Forest Dioramas; Bird, Reptile and Fish Collections; Skeletons of Different Vertebrates.

The Museum also houses the Juliana Alpine Botanical Gardens in Trenta – the first and the only Slovenian alpine botanical garden set in natural environment. The garden grows more then 600 different plants, most of them belonging to the Alpine and Carst species.

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Exhibitions and events

Stalna razstava

Permanent exhibition

Stalne postavitve obsegajo geološko-paleontološko zbirko s fosili iz slovenskih najdišč in osrednjim eksponatom, skoraj popolnim okostjem mamuta . Okostje je staro okoli 20.000...


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Articles

31.1.2011

Cikel predavanj ob Mednarodnem letu gozdov 2011

Slovenian Museum of Natural History

Prirodoslovni muzej Slovenije v Mednarodnem letu gozdov 2011 pireja cikel predavanj in delavnic o gozdu. PREDAVANJA bodo potekala vsak prvi četrtek v...


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