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Hukvaldy Castle

Cs. legií 14, Ostrava
CZ-70200 Hukvaldy (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)
 Kinderfreundliches Museum / suitable to children


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Info Telefon: +420 558 699 323
Besucher-Email: hrad@ janackovy-hukvaldy.cz
http://www.janackovy-hukvaldy.cz...



Plastic Arts and Painting Museum of Ostrava

Jureckova 9
CZ-70200 Ostrava / Mährisch Ostrau / Schlesisch Ostrau (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)


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Kontakt / Contact:
Fax.: +420 596 126 445

Info Telefon: +420 596 112 566
Besucher-Email: gvuo@nextra.cz
http://gvuostrava.cz...

 
Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,1.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. CopyrightDBVCMSMuc2007

 
Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Premises of the Gallery of Fine Arts:
(C) DBVCMSMuc2007
l. DUM UMENI (HOUSE OF THE ARTS), Jureckova 9, 702 00 Ostrava
Permanent exhibition of Czech art and temporary exhibitions.
(C) DBVCMSMuc2007
2. NOVA SIN (NEW HALL), Mongolska 2, 708 00 Ostrava-Poruba
tel: +4205964279
Temporary exhibitions of works from the Gallery's collections, exhibitions of contemporary art.
(C) DBVCMSMuc2007
History:
The Gallery of Fine Arts was founded in 1952 as regional gallery to carry on the traditions of the association Dum umeni (House of the Arts) - its 1926 building, to this day the home of the Gallery, is an excellent example of functionalist architecture.

Collections:
In the collections of old masters individual works represent the main artistic centres from the 15th till the end of the 18th century, with a predominance of Italian painting and some outstanding examples of Rudolphine Mannerism. The core of the collection of 19th century Czech art were 120 works of art - chiefly drawings and graphic art - donated by the Ostrava building contractor Frantisek Jurecek, who was one of the people responsible for the building of the House of the Arts. The collection was gradually expanded. Today it is one of the largest in the Czech Republic, with occasional examples of sculpture.

In the collection of Czech 20th century art are works by leading personalities of modern Czech artfrom precursors and pioneers of modern art to contemporary artists. Several artists are represented by large collections, e. g. M. Jiranek, A. Prochazka, V. Spala, J. Zrzavy, E. Filla, E. Ovcacek. The painting are accompanied by works representating the development of modern Czech sculpture and a very rich collection of drawings and graphic art.

The part devoted to art from the Ostrava region includes the artist, who have either lived or worked in northern Moravia since the 1910s to this day, e. g. F. Dusa, H. Salichova, A. Handzel, B. Dvorsky, J. Kapec, A. Kroca.

In addition to Czech painting, the Gallery has works from other countries. A dominant feature of the collections of Spanish painters are several works by O. Dominquez. Russian Realist painting is represented e. g. by M. V. Nesterov, V. J. Makovski, I. I. Shishkin, I. E. Repin, F. A. Maliavin, K. A. Korovin, etc. Two unique paintings dominate the collection of Austrian and German artKlimt's Judith and Kokoschka's Istanbul. The Gallery owns works by E. Orlik, O. Laske, A. Faistauer, A. Egger-Lienz, C. Unger, E. Kahler, M. Pechstein, M. Liebermann, W. Hablik and A. Kolig.

The paintings are supplemented by drawings and graphic art, including relatively comprehensive sets, often exhibited separately, e. g. Old Italian, Dutch and Flemish graphic art, Honore Daumier's lithographs. The Gallery has fairly large sets of graphic art by the Czech painters M. Jiranek, M. Svabinsky and F. Tichy, as well as comprehensive collections of regional graphic art and a remarkable collection of Slovak graphic art. (C) DBVCMSMuc2007

 



Lower VÍTKOVICE

Ruska 2887/101
CZ-70300 Ostrava-Vítkovice (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)
 Kinderfreundliches Museum / suitable to children


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Info Telefon: +420 724955121
Besucher-Email: nkp@vitkovice.cz
http://www.dolnioblastvitkovice.com...

 
Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Every day except Mondays, beginning tours at 10:00 AM, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00 pm
(If a public holiday falls, or a day off on Monday, a day is open according to normal mode. )

tram 1, 2, 6, 13 (stop "Deep Mine")
Street: Místecká Street

 
Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
"The institution is both: a museum - a part of the European cultural heritage - with a science learning centre.
The Association “Lower VÍTKOVICE”, which brings together private business entities, universities and in partnership with the public institution was founded for the purpose of revitalizing the national cultural heritage “mine the deep, and the blast furnace and coking Vítkovice ironworks. In addition to the three key conversion of objects reconstructing the integrated operational program of the European Union (IOP), was preparing a project “Since and Technology Center”.

Objective: Build the unique EU Science and Technology Learning Center.
Our commitment is to help pupils, students and the public understand the importance of science and technology in our lives through science centers (its exhibits and programs). Visitors can play, watch, learn and create.
We want every visitor to open the amazing world of technology. Offer separate exposures related to activities of external actors.
We want to bring the glorious past of the technical disciplines in the region,
their present and future.
We want to be an important part of the city and region.

The project has two parts:

A Museum – a unique building being part of European cultural heritage. This section presents history of technical disciplines, the unique and inimitable atmosphere.

A Science Learning Center – a newly constructed building next to the museum allows to present the present and the future of science and technical fields.
This combination of a concept is unique and allows differentiation from other SLC in Europe and worldwide.
Thus conceived center is also complementary to the other three SLC in the CR and enables scrap exhibits and deeper cooperation." (Ecsite, corrected)
 



New Show-room in Ostrava-Poruba

Mongolská 2
CZ-70800 Ostrava-Poruba (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)


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Info Telefon: +420 596 964 279-80
Besucher-Email: mar.mikolasek@volny.cz



Museum

Námestí 31
CZ-72466 Stramberk / Stramberg (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)


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Kontakt / Contact:
Tel.: +420 556 812 084
Fax.: +420 556 708 116

Info Telefon: +420 556 858 284
Besucher-Email: ovmnj@atlas.cz



Mining Museum

Landekem 64
CZ-72529 Ostrava-Petrkovice / Ostrau-Petershofen (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)


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Kontakt / Contact:
Tel.: +420 596 131 803
Fax.: +420 596 131 847

Info Telefon: +420 596 131 804
Besucher-Email: hornicke.muzeum@okd.cz
http://www.muzeumokd.cz...

 
Öffnungszeiten/Opening hours
Museum is open throughout the year

Expositions: Monday – Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm, Entry at the beginning of each hour. Last entry is at 4 pm.
Guided tours can be ordered in advance by telephone or e-mail.
All area: Monday – Sunday from 9 am to 7.30 pm.

 
Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The largest mining museum in Czech republic is situated in the southeast foothill Landek, which is located above the confluence of the rivers Odra and Ostravice. Landek hill was proclaimed the National Natural monument in 1992. That is the world-known locality from the geological, archeological, historical, natural and mining point of view. Just conntection of the mining museum as the technical monument and Landek hill as the National natural monument with the rich flora and fauna, supply to this lokality the nonsuch and attraction.

Landek hill is also world-known by the unique finding of the Landek Venus – 46 mm high torso of woman cut from the blood-stone. Landek Venus has very slender till cubist form and it varies from common paleolitical venuses. It´s only one slim venus in Europe.

The museum was opend on the 4th of December in 1993 on the celebration of St. Barbara, the miner´s patroness.

Expositions:
Overground exhibition of machinery and equipment
Reconstruction of mammoth hunters’ settlement
Exhibition building:
History of Landek settlement, finds from archaeological digs
Development of mining lamps
Basic mining professions
Sale of souvenirs

Underground exhibitions:
Ride into mine in pit cage
250 m of mine staircases
imitation of mining workplaces including longwall stopes
adits from first half of 19th century

Exhibition of Mining rescue station – the largest of its type in the world:
mine rescue base
a gallery with a lumber and steel reinforcement in which an explosion-proof "bag barrier"
breathing, reanimation and diving equipment dating back to the year 1942 onward and after 1942
Memorial room - lists the names of mine rescuers who gave their lives while handling mine accidents
practice rescue polygon (smoke box) with an ergonomic hammer, in which various kinds of mine openings are simulated
 



Ostrava Museum, allowance organization

Masarykovo nám. 1
CZ-72841 Ostrava / Ostrau (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)


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Kontakt / Contact:
Tel.: +420 596 125 338
Fax.: +420 596 114 665

Info Telefon: +420 596 123 760
Besucher-Email: muzeum@ostrmuz.cz
http://www.ostrmuz.cz...

 
Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Ostrava was reorganized 1945 by the contract between Mährisch Ostrau (Moravská Ostrava) in Moravia and Schlesisch Ostrau in Silesia, which was named before also Polnisch Ostrau.
 



Exhibition Hall of the Museums of Tésin and Karviná

Interklub, Masarykovo nám. 10
CZ-73301 Karviná-Frystát / Karwin-Freistadt (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)


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Kontakt / Contact:
Fax.: +420 558 761 223

Info Telefon: +420 596 311 425
Besucher-Email: muzeum@muzeumct.cz
http://www.muzeumct.cz...



Exhibition Hall of the Museums of Tesínska

Staré námestí 74
CZ-73511 Orlová / Orlau (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)


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Kontakt / Contact:
Fax.: +420 558 761 283

Info Telefon: +420 596 531 205
Besucher-Email: muzeum@muzeumct.cz
http://www.muzeumct.cz/...



Technical Museum

K muzeu 89
CZ-73541 Petrvald u Karviné / Peterwald (Moravskoslezský / Mährisch-Schlesien)


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Kontakt / Contact:
Fax.: +420 558 761 223

Info Telefon: +420 596 541 092
Besucher-Email: muzeum@muzeumct.cz



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