Slovenian Alpine Museum
26 Sep 2018
28 Sep 2018
14 Sep 2018
Czech Republic Prague National Technical Museum
The presentation of the Slovenian Alpine Museum, winner of the 2017 Živa Award, and Nina Zdravič Polič (Slovene Ethnographic Museum) participating in the accompanying programme of the presentation of the Živa Award for the best Slavic museum, organised by the Forum of Slavic Cultures International Foundation in cooperation with the National Technical Museum of Prague,
31 May 2018
3 Jun 2018
Russia Moscow Intermuseum VDNKH Pavilion No. 75
The Forum of Slavic Cultures International Foundation presents Slovenian museums Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana, Slovene Ethnographic Museum and Slovenian Alpine Museum, featuring lectures and panel discussions by Andreja Rihter (Forum of Slavic Cultures International Foundation), Blaž Peršin (Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana), Jernej Hudolin (Heritage preservation and restoration in Slovenia) and Martina Lesar Kikelj (Association of Slovene Restorers),
at the The International Festival Intermuseum
30 Jan 2016
28 Mar 2016
Switzerland Bern Swiss Alpine Museum
Exhibitions and experience
The renovated museum has introduced a gamified museum collection of the history of mountaineering in Slovenia that enables the visitors to experience the exhibition as climbing the mountains, including a virtual climb on the Triglav, the highest mountain in Slovenia.
In 2016 the museum received the King Albert Mountain Award for its unique cultural contribution to the entire Alpine region. In 2017 the museum received the Živa Award for the Best Slavic Museum, bestowed by the Forum of Slavic Cultures thus featuring also in The Best in Heritage 2018 edition in Dubrovnik.
Established in 1984 in the former Jozel Inn at Mojstrana, the Triglav Museum Collection presented the mountaineering collections of the Alpine Societies of Jesenice and Dovje Mojstrana. They include a wealth of historical documents, photographs and artefacts, arranged in various exhibitions including mountaineering in Slovenia, the first attempts to climb Mount Triglav, Slovenia's highest peak, the founding and development of the Slovene Mountaineering Club and its branches, the construction of Alpine huts, the tourist club Skala, the work of the mountain rescue service, and the life and work of Jakob Aljaž (1845–1927), a renowned priest from the area.
The founders of the museum are the Slovenian Mountaineering Association, the Slovene Mountaineering Club Skala, and Mountaineering Club Dovje–Mojstrana, which established the Foundation of Avgust Delavec (a mountain rescuer, alpinist, and collector) in 2008 to raise funds and monitor the museum's construction.
- Slovenian Alpine Museum website
- Slovenian Alpine Museum on the Upper Sava Valley Museum, Jesenice website
- Jakob Aljaž on Wikipedia