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The Museum of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb was established in 1880, by initiative of the Arts Society and its former President Isidor Krshnyavi. The museum has a permanent exhibition that extends over three floors and includes about 3000 exhibits from 4th century to the 20th century.
The holdings are classified into 19 diverse museum collections: furnishing, metal, painting, sculpture, clocks, photography and photographic equipment, musical instruments, graphic design, ivory, printing and bookbinding, printed and painted leather, devotional items, smoking accessories and toys.
The permanent exhibition was brought up to date in 1995 with commentaries on the exhibits in the form of legends, videos and computer installations. The new concept of the permanent exhibition is a reflection of the system and scope of the museum stocks. The Museum regularly organizes cultural and historical, problem and thematic exhibitions, expert meetings, educational playrooms and workshops, and deals with the restoration of work of art.