Tabor Military Museum, Lokev


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Vojaški muzej Tabor, Lokev
Lokev, SI-6219 Lokev
Phone386 (0) 5 767 0107, 386 (0) 5 767 0581
Srečko Rože, Head
Phone386 (0) 41 516 586

Tabor Military Museum, Lokev 2020 Exterior Photo Kaja Brezocnik (1).jpg Tabor Military Museum was opened in 1995 by Srečko Rože and his family in Lokev's 15th-century Venetian fortress, known as the 'Tabor' (encampment). The collection comprises more than 420,000 objects, most of them dating from the First and Second World Wars; only around 3 percent of these are exhibited. Some of the most interesting objects are military uniforms, among which the skillfully-designed red one from the time of Maria Theresa stands out. A special place is given to the gold-handled sabre Hitler gave his officers for exceptional service; only 11 of them have been preserved. Rare items from the Second World War include children’s gas masks and soap from the Dachau concentration camp. A unique item at the museum is a thick chronicle of the Habsburg dynasty from the time of Franz Joseph I with a front cover of 16 karat gold.

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