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Moslavina Museum

  • Address: Trg kralja Tomislava 13, 44320 Kutina
  • Director: 044/625-147
  • Secretary: 044/683-548
  • Ethnographic department: 044/500-451
  • Archaelogical department: 044/500-450
  • Gallery department: 044/500-452
  • Cultural and historical department : 044/625-147
  • Fax: 044/683-569
  • E-mail: mmk@muzej-moslavine.hr
  • Founded by the town of Kutina
  • Year of founding: 1960
  • Type of museum: general, native regional
  • Area of the Museum: 230 sq m
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    PROFESSIONAL STAFF

    Jasmina Uroda Kutlić, director and senior curator

    Mladen Mitar, curator 

    Slavica Moslavac, museum advisor

  • Antonio Džaja, curator
  • The Museum is open:
  • Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • During thematic exhibitions 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.; Tuesdays and Thursdays also from 5 to 7 p.m.; Saturdays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Admission to the Museum: 10 kn
  • Pupils, students and retired persons: 5 kn
  • SPECIAL SERVICES
  • Organised professional guides. Visits need to be booked in advanced. Please call 044-683-548.
  • There is no proper accessibility for visitors with special needs.
  • Parking near the Museum.
  • Cameras and video cameras may be used only after obtaining permission.


  • Moslavina Museum in Kutina is a complex museum institution which
    deals with collecting, processing, presenting and publishing of the
    cultural and historical treasures of Moslavina, a county situated in
    Croatian Posavina and Western Slavonia. The Museum itself is situated
    in the centre of Kutina, in a castle formerly belonging to the counts
    Erdödy, built during the mid 18th century. The building is a rectangular
    baroque manor with a little portico above the entrance on the eastern
    front. The original baroque appearance of the building has been
    modified during the historicist renovation in 1895, the year noted on
    the gable, when the manor assumed its current appearance which has
    remained unchanged until today. The Museum was established on
    March 15th 1960, as a museum and archive of the Revolution of People
    of Moslavina. The establishment and its first years of operation are
    related to the Historical department, which is in fact ‘National
    Liberation Movement’ (NOB) department. In the year 1963 the
    Museum changes its name to Museum of Moslavina and, apart from its
    historical department, broadens its scope of activities to archaeology
    and ethnology, and in 1972 the gallery department is opened. Today the
    Museum operates within these four departments. The building of the
    Moslavina Museum in Kutina holds three permanent exhibitions:
    archaeological, cultural-historical and ethnographical. The gallery’s
    permanent exhibition is situated on the first floor of the Gallery, in the
    former palace of the Ausch family, dating from late 19th and early 20th
    century. On the ground floor of the Gallery exhibits, promotions,
    workshops and lectures are being held occasionally. This four bodies of
    permanent exhibition presents artifacts from 24 collections of the
    Moslavina Museum in Kutina which paint a general picture of
    Moslavina and its surrounding areas.



    The Ausch Manor - now the Gallery


    The Erdödy Manor House - now the Moslavina Museum

    Things Written and drawn: Easter eggs of Moslavina, Croatian Posavina and Podravina; authors: Slavica Moslavac and Edita Janković Hapavel; Moslavina Museum, Kutina 11th exhibition of wines from the continental Croatia and original (authentic) Croatian sorts; Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Fra Petar Perica Vidić; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Mato Gereci; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Light through the lenses: The 1st exhibition of the Kutina Photo and Video Club; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Marc Pio Maximillien Salvelli, Be the flower of life and the odour of your soul’s poetry; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Ines Rebac Knezović; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Carnival and Ash Wednesday: the carnival customs of Moslavina; author: Slavica Moslavac; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    From Sandor Erdödy’s album: folk costumes and traditional fine arts expressions; authors: Slavica Moslavac, Branka Šprem-Lovrić and Anita Paun-Gadža; Moslavina Museum, Kutina, The Zagorje Museums - Staro selo Museum, Kumrovec, Community Centre Popovača, The Town of Podsreda, Podsreda, Slovenia
    Carnival exhibition; author: Slavica Moslavac; Novska
    Kurtz - Mihalke - Miler - Zelenika: Kutina 747; author: Mladen Mitar; Youth Cultural Centre, Kutina
    Ivan Kovačević, oil and pastel; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    The artistic Orlić family - Alma, Ante, Donat; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    The Roman Complex of Ciglenica in Osekovo: photo-testimony about archaeological excavations 1996-2002; author: Ana Bobovec, Moslavina Museum, Kutina

  • Address: Trg kralja Tomislava 13, 44320 Kutina
  • Director: 044/625-147
  • Secretary: 044/683-548
  • Ethnographic department: 044/500-451
  • Archaelogical department: 044/500-450
  • Gallery department: 044/500-452
  • Cultural and historical department : 044/625-147
  • Fax: 044/683-569
  • E-mail: mmk@muzej-moslavine.hr
  • Founded by the town of Kutina
  • Year of founding: 1960
  • Type of museum: general, native regional
  • Area of the Museum: 230 sq m
  •      

     

    PROFESSIONAL STAFF

    Jasmina Uroda Kutlić, director and senior curator

  • Antonio Džaja, curator
  • Mladen Mitar, curator
  • Slavica Moslavac, museum advisor
  • The Museum is open:
  • Tuesday to Friday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • During thematic exhibitions 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.; Tuesdays and Thursdays also from 5 to 7 p.m.; Saturdays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Admission to the Museum: 10 kn
  • Pupils, students and retired persons: 5 kn
  • SPECIAL SERVICES
  • Organised professional guides. Visits need to be booked in advanced. Please call 044-683-548.
  • There is no proper accessibility for visitors with special needs.
  • Parking near the Museum.
  • Cameras and video cameras may be used only after obtaining permission.
  •  





    Things Written and drawn: Easter eggs of Moslavina, Croatian Posavina and Podravina; authors: Slavica Moslavac and Edita Janković Hapavel; Moslavina Museum, Kutina 11th exhibition of wines from the continental Croatia and original (authentic) Croatian sorts; Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Fra Petar Perica Vidić; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Mato Gereci; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Light through the lenses: The 1st exhibition of the Kutina Photo and Video Club; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Marc Pio Maximillien Salvelli, Be the flower of life and the odour of your soul’s poetry; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Ines Rebac Knezović; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    Carnival and Ash Wednesday: the carnival customs of Moslavina; author: Slavica Moslavac; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    From Sandor Erdödy’s album: folk costumes and traditional fine arts expressions; authors: Slavica Moslavac, Branka Šprem-Lovrić and Anita Paun-Gadža; Moslavina Museum, Kutina, The Zagorje Museums - Staro selo Museum, Kumrovec, Community Centre Popovača, The Town of Podsreda, Podsreda, Slovenia
    Carnival exhibition; author: Slavica Moslavac; Novska
    Kurtz - Mihalke - Miler - Zelenika: Kutina 747; author: Mladen Mitar; Youth Cultural Centre, Kutina
    Ivan Kovačević, oil and pastel; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    The artistic Orlić family - Alma, Ante, Donat; author: Mladen Mitar; Gallery of the Moslavina Museum, Kutina
    The Roman Complex of Ciglenica in Osekovo: photo-testimony about archaeological excavations 1996-2002; author: Ana Bobovec, Moslavina Museum, Kutina