Museum of Slavonia

The Museum of Slavonia keeps numerous objects of valuable family heritage in their History Department, Artistic Crafts Department, Numismatics Department, Ethnography Department, and the Library Department, and their members can truly be called bibliophiles, collectors, and donors.


The preserved heritage of the Prandau-Normann family at the Museum of Slavonia speaks to us today about the life and habits of the owners of the Valpovo Estate, their interests, social leanings, by painting the life in this area over a period of more than two centuries.


One of the most valuable preserved libraries in our country, with over ten thousand bibliographic units, and music materials, mostly hand-written, the numismatic collection donated by Count Rudolf von Normann-Ehrenfels to the then City Museum, ethnographic materials, exceptional cartography collection, artistic crafts objects: furniture, decorative items, photographs, paintings, documentary material… are all a part of the rich treasury of Valpovo nobility kept at the Museum of Slavonia and presented to the public for the first time in this manner.



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