Monaco, Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology, 28 November 2013 – 28 February 2014
Croatian Conservation Institute and the Musée d'anthropologie préhistorique de Monaco announce the opening of the Ljubićeva Cave exhibition on Thursday 28th November 2013 at 4 pm, at the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology in Monaco. The exhibition will remain open for public until 28th February 2014, after which it is scheduled to be presented at the Archaeological Museum of Istria in Pula and at the Marčana Municipality.
Split, Old Town Hall, 3rd-29th May 2013
The City of Split and the Croatian Conservation Institute staged an exhibition to present a ten-year-long project of protection, renovation and presentation of the Peristyle in Split. Initially envisioned as a project of cleaning the Ancient stone architecture, it eventually grew into a complex programme of conservation and restoration, which included all segments of this multi-layered monument, from consolidating the foundations and the structure, through cleaning and conservation of the stone, mortar and other materials, to its final presentation.
Dubrovnik, Sponza Palace, May 2012
Croatian Conservation Institute conservators-restorers returned the historic Sponza Palace door to its original place, after nearly two years of conservation work.
Desinić, Veliki Tabor Castle, November 2011
An exhibition presented the second phase of conservation work on the Veliki Tabor Castle. The conservation-restoration programme included a renovation of exteriors and roofs and a complete construction recovery of the complex, allowing the visitors access to the castle.