Sponsored by: Archeological Museum in Zagreb
The exhibition portrays all aspects of Eneolithic life that lasted for approximately 2000 years, including the production of everyday objects, the ways in which they were decorated, settlement organization, dietary habits, religion and cult, raw material exploitation and burial rites, which will be observable through a selection of the most representative finds ascribed to cultures that inhabited northern Croatia.
The exhibition authors portrayed the lives of Copper Age populations from the northern part of the Republic of Croatia, and emphasized their interdependence and communication with other parts of Europe, as well as the continuity of life on Croatian territory.
The tour through the exibition will be guided by one of the authors of the exibition dr. sc. J. Balen