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The Slovak National Museum - Martin
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Slovenské národné múzeum v Martine patrí k najstarším a najväčším zložkám súčasného Slovenského národného múzea. Od svojho vzniku (1893) budovalo zbierky vlastivedného charakteru (etnografické, archeologické, historické, numizmatické, umelecko-historické, výtvarné, archívne a knižné) dokumentujúce históriu a kultúru Slovákov doma i v zahraničí. V súčasnosti vo svojich fondoch opatruje skoro 150.000 muzeálnych artefaktov. V roku 1961 po zlúčení so Slovenským múzeom v Bratislave sa stalo špecializovaným celoslovenským národopisným múzeom.

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Taken: 20/05/2012
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