MUSEUM "DR. NIKOLA NEZLOBINSKI"
Museum has over a 150 pieces of folklore wears from all over the regions of the county, several complete full wears, some 20 pieces of jewelry, around 80 pieces of furniture tools and other household objects, as well as huge number of photographs and other noted information. So as will be the further task and primary occupation of this dept.
storage jar House, museum depot
Struga dress Struga male dress
Albanian dress in Struga dress by Islamized Macedonians
socks ethnological performance
During these researches an huge number of funds were discovered which now takes place at the museums Depoe. The archeological material which is on a disposal to the Museum is rich, various, and consisted of stone and bone made weapons, bronze and iron specimens of weapons, part of weapons different pots, vessels, potery made of clay, decorative things and jewelry made of metal and glass. The Museum also has a very valuable numismatic collection.
pile dwelling Stone and bone tools
Bronze helmet Macedonian figured hydria
Necklace of amber, fibula and a metal object Fibula, Asia Minor shield
Necklace of glass paste with small amphorae Gold earrings with lion protons Macedonian-Hellenistic
Silver ring Bronze handle of a crater with zoomorphic decoration
Two prehistoric bowls Macedonian type amphora
NATURAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
After the liberation and the museum’s reopening for public, they hired people from the craft, biologists and two preparators. The intense collection with complete scientific approach toward the material, resulted with fast renewing of the found of the museum. Today at the museum there are rich found of great value to the science. The modest entomology collection with only several mammals and raptors at the beginning today represents one vast complex where are presented the typical animal groups which live on this area surrounding Struga, and lately part of the botanical material ( mainly plants from the mud’s and water ) At the exhibition there are big number of small and bigger cabinets representing various kinds of animals and their typical habitats.
PELECANUS CPISPUS pelican SALMO LTNICA Ohrid trout
SALMO LTNICA swan ANAS CLYPEATA duck Spoonbill
PLATALEA LEUCORODIA heron Spoonbill NETTA RUFINA veil
TETRAX TETRAX SATURNIDAE
snakes VIPERA SPONGIA Sundzher of Lake Ohrid