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— the Museum of the Hydroelectric power, in the Valle Camonica, in a huge power plant, symbol of the modernity of the 20th century;
— the Museum of Iron, located in an old forge in Brescia.
Contact:
musil – Museum of Industry and Labour Via Cairoli 9
25122 Brescia
Italy
Phone: (+39) 030 3750663 Fax: (+39) 030 2404554 E-Mail: fondazione@musil.bs.it Website: www.musilbrescia.it
Main contact person: René Capovin
National Liberation Museum Maribor
The National Liberation Museum began operating as an independent museum institute on 1st May 1958. Its origins date back to the year 1947, when a collec- tion on the  ght for national liberation was opened in
the Regional Museum in Maribor. This was the  rst collection of its kind in a complex Slovene museum. On its foundation the concept of the content of the museum was precisely de ned. It is a historical mu- seum, which deals with the museological and histori- ographical treatment of modern history of northeast- ern Slovenia.
Today, along with interesting and rich museum collections, which already amount to more than 90 thousand museum artefacts, there is a very opulent museum photo-library, which keeps a large number of documented photographs and negatives, and also a good deal of video and audio material. In the museum a fund of industrial heritage is also growing. A special- ity of the museum is its archive, which has more than 120 running metres of material from occupying en- emy and Partisan sources. Following the donation of 1600 cameras and photographic equipment of Avgust and Maria Bohanec we also opened the Photograph- ic Museum Maribor in 2013. The National Liberation Museum Maribor was also among one of the  rst museums in Slovenia to introduce the post of curator educator. With its diverse forms of work with visitors the work of the museum educator is still today one of the pillars of museum activities.
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