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The Danube Region Museum in Komarno had been functioning from its founding in 1886 until the end of the Second World War in the framework of various museal and educational societies. he museum's rich stock of collections represents over 136 thousand objects of art and part of it can be seen in permanent and periodic exhibitions. The museum's Roman collection is the largest of its kind in Slovakia. The main building of the museum, the so – called Culture Palace was built in 1913 in the city centre. The museum has other buildings used as stores and showrooms: the Zichy Palace in the town centre, the rebuilt building of the former county court of law, and also the Bastion VI in the suburb which was built in the 19th century as a part of the fortification line in Komárno.
Art , Folklore , History, Literature , Photography , Museum of local history , Regional museum , Archaeology , Nature , Interesting for children, Natural history museumAddress
Summer time from 15. April to 30. September, Tue-Sat: 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.Winter timefrom 1. October to 14. April, Mo-Fri: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Entrance fee:PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONSAdults- 2 eurosChildren, students and pensioners under 70 years- 1 euroChildren under 6 years, and pensioners above 70 years- free entranceTEMPORARY EXHIBITIONSAdults- 1 euroChildren, students and pensioners under 70 years- 0,50 eurosChildren under 6 years, and pensioners above 70 years- free entranceBastion VI - The Roman LapidaryAdults- 1 euroChildren, students and pensioners under 70 years- 0,50 eurosChildren under 6 years, and pensioners above 70 years- free entrance
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