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1) Universalmuseum Joanneum (AT)

Globally unique finds such as the Strettweg Chariot and other archaeological treasures from Styria, together with objects from classical antiquity and ancient Egypt, form a framework for existential questions of human existence. In addition, the archaeology workshop offers young museum visitors an opportunity to examine, measure and draw finds for themselves.

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2) Municipality of Großklein

The market municipality of Großklein comprises the cadastral municipalities of Burgstall, Goldes, Großklein, Mattelsberg, Nestelberg, Nestelbach, Mantrach, Oberfahrenbach as well as the associated localities of Kleinklein and Wippelsach. The core of the municipality is made up of the two towns of Großklein and Kleinklein, which are located in the Saggau Valley. Prehistoric finds in large numbers prove that this is an ancient settlement ground. The Hallstatt Museum in Großklein, an archaeological themed hiking trail with numerous display boards and an authentically reconstructed Hallstatt-style farmstead on the Burgstallkogel hill take you into the past of our municipality.

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3) Arbeitkreis Falkenberg

The Falkenberg working group is an association of committed Murtal citizens who aim to promote archaeological research in the region and to bring Murtal prehistory closer to the population. With funds from the EU, the federal government, the state of Styria and the support of the municipality and numerous sponsors, the exhibition rooms in the former Minorite Franciscan monastery in the heart of the city have been revitalized.

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4) Historischer Arbeitskreis Neumarkter Hochtal

There are many testimonies and finds around Neumarkt, from the Neolithic to the Early Middle Ages, which deserve scientific analysis and broader interest. HistAK Neumarkt would like to be a platform for exchange for interested laypeople and science. Founded in 2015, the association has set itself the task of comprehensively reviewing the settlement history of the Neumarkt high valley and providing the results for the benefit of the region.

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5) Rousse Regional Museum of History

The museum was opened on January 1st 1904 as a museum collection at the “Knyaz Boris I” Boys' High School. The collection grew into a Town Museum in 1937. It became a state museum in 1949. In 1952 it was promoted to a county museum, and since July 2000 – to a regional one. The museum's patrimony contains 130 000 pieces of cultural valuables. The museum implements its activities in the preservation and exhibition of the movable cultural valuables, the tangible and intangible cultural heritage, research on the history and nature of Northeast Bulgaria.

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6) Archaeological Museum in Zagreb (HR)

The Museum’s holdings number over 450,000 different artifacts that were collected from different sources. Among them are some artefacts whose significance goes far beyond the limits of local or regional heritage. Along with the Egyptian collection, and a significant portion of the Numismatic collection, the Museum also keeps several significant collections of Greek and Roman origin and the famous Zagreb Mummy and the Linen Book of Zagreb (Liber linteus Zagrabiensis), which particularly noteworthy.

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7) Center for Prehistoric Research (HR)

8) Municipality of Kaptol (HR)

Municipality of Kaptol - a unit of local government within the Požega-Slavonia County established on April 20, 1993., until then a part of the former Municipality of Slavonska Požega, local office Velika. It covers an area of 90.00 km2, with a share of 5% of the total area of Požega - Slavonia County, with a total population of 4007 inhabitants. The area of the Municipality of Kaptol belongs to the eastern part of the Republic of Croatia, i.e. to its natural-geographical unit Slavonia. Within the area of Slavonia, the Municipality of Kaptol occupies the central part of the area, with its borders within the Požega valleys.

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9) Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb (HR)

At the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences students are provided with opportunities to explore various fields of Humanities such as history, archaeology, philosophy, ethnology, anthropology, history of art, languages literatures and linguistics, as well as social sciences such as psychology, sociology, information sciences and pedagogy. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences has a long tradition in international cooperation and internationalization is a strategic focus of the development with an aim to remain the leading higher education institution in Croatia supporting and holding the academic traditions and promoting the Croatian culture and science with the ongoing goal for further development. 

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10) Nature Park Papuk

The main features of the eastern part of Croatia – Slavonia – are the lowland plains with great cultivated areas. From these plains, which once were the bottom of the Pannonian sea, mountains are rising to almost one thousand meters above sea level. One of those mountains is Papuk – the most beautiful mountain in Slavonia.

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11) Požega-Slavonija County Tourist Board

Požega is the pearl of the "Golden Valley", located in the heart of the valley surrounded by Psunj, Papuk, Krndija, Dilj and Požeška gora. It is a city with 26,403 inhabitants, with almost eight centuries of written history, but for which archeological excavations confirm the traces of living in prehistory.

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12) Zlatni Papuk Tourist Board


13) Archaeolingua Foundation (HU)

Archaeolingua is a Budapest-based, public interest organization, a foundation, publishing house and research centre, which has operated since 1991. Archaeolingua is dedicated to putting forward works of high-quality scholarship in the fields of archaeology, history, historical linguistics and related academic fields, with a special emphasis on interdisciplinary research. Other aims include supporting the protection of cultural heritage and monuments, disseminating knowledge on cultural and natural heritage, supporting the creation and preservation of works of art, as well as education on heritage protection and awareness.

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14) Hungarian National Museum (HU)

The Hungarian National Museum traces its foundation to 1802 when Count Ferenc Széchényi set up the National Széchényi Library. This would then be followed a year later by the donating of a mineral collection by Széchényi's wife. This led to the creation of the Hungarian National Museum as a general and natural history museum, and not only a library. In 1807, the Hungarian National Parliament passed legislation on the new institution and asked the nation to help donate to the museum. Later in 1846, the museum moved to its current location of VIII. Múzeum krt. 14–16. Here the museum resides in a neo-classical style building designed by Mihály Pollack.

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15) János Banner Archaeological Foundation (HU)

The foundation was brought to life in 2001 upon request of the archaeologists of the Matrica Museum in Százhalombatta. Main activities are: supporting the international projects and scientific research of the Museum. It was named after János Banner, an outstanding 20th century archaeologist exploring prehistory, who is remembered for identifying many prehistoric cultures.

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16) Dolenjski Museum Novo mesto (SI)

The first idea of a museum that would collect material on the history of Novo mesto and Dolenjska was born in 1865, when the town celebrated its 500th anniversary. After several years of efforts by the Museum Society (founded in 1941) – an association of Dolenjska intellectuals, who started to systematically collect museum material – the long-awaited museum was finally founded in 1950, exactly 85 years after the first initiative. On 1 June 1950, the museum was handed over to the District People’s Committee Novo mesto by a decision of the People’s Committee of the Ljubljana government. Since then, that day has been considered the birthday of the Museum of Dolenjska. Every year, it is publicly celebrated with an Open Doors Day featuring diverse activities all day long, and – since 1996 – with the traditional exhibition From the depots of the Museum of Dolenjska.    

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17) National Museum of Slovenia (SI)

The National Museum of Slovenia, which was founded by the Carniolan State Parliament on the 15th of October 1821, is the oldest of all Slovenian museum institutions. Its six departments collect, document, preserve, and investigate the movable cultural heritage of Slovenia and present it to the public. Thanks to the exceptional educational level of its staff members, the museum also has the status of a research institution, and is involved in several scientific research projects focused on a more detailed study of the Slovenian cultural heritage. The quality of the museum activities in the central national museum depends on the staff and its consultants, with their excellent professional command of their fields and specific areas of specialization. Only through such an approach is it possible to present the cultural heritage of Slovenia to the public in a modern, attractive, and popular manner. 

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18) Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for the Protection of Cultural Heritage (SI)

The Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia is a public institute that carries out professional and administrative tasks with regard to the preservation of immovable and corresponding movable property and intangible cultural heritage.

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19) Institute Beautiful Karst

Karst is a landmark of Slovenia. Almost half of the country is karstic with 11,875 caves registered (June 2016). More than half of the population is supplied by karst waters. An international term KARST is derived from the name of Slovenian region Kras, an area also regarded as the cradle of scientific discipline - karstology.

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20) Municipality of Hoče-Slivnica

The municipality of Hoče-Slivnica is located in northeastern Slovenia, between Pohorje and Drava plain, next to the second largest Slovenian city - Maribor. It borders one city municipality and five non-urban municipalities - the Municipality of Maribor and the municipalities of Slovenska Bistrica, Ruše, Rače - Fram, Starše and Miklavž na Dravskem polje. About 53 percent of municipal land is arable land, 39 percent is forest, and 8 percent is other land. The municipal center of Spodnje Hoče is 130 kilometers away from the capital Ljubljana, 20 kilometers from the border with neighboring Austria, 45 kilometers from Croatia and 100 kilometers from the border with Hungary.

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21) Municipality of Novo Mesto

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The Municipality of Novo mesto (Slovene: Mestna občina Novo mesto) is a municipality in southeastern Slovenia, close to the border with Croatia. There are approximately 37,300 people living in the municipality, with over 23,000 living in the town of Novo mesto that is the seat of the municipality. Novo mesto is the seventh largest town in Slovenia and the Municipality of Novo mesto is one of the eleven Urban Municipalities in Slovenia. 

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22) Institute of Situla



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