ZAGREB, April 20, 2019 – After months of preparations, the Red History Museum in the southern Adriatic town of Dubrovnik opened its doors on Saturday.
Located in the Carbon Graphite Products Factory – TUP premises in Gruž, the museum brings some new content about the origins of the socialist idea and how it spread around the globe and to the area of today’s Croatia.
The idea was to create a time capsule for visitors, however, the museum is not only an exhibition space. There will also be movie screenings and lectures to help visitors learn about different versions of Communism.
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