Some time in the neighbour’s spotlight for Zadar.
As eZadar writes on the 16th of May, 2018, beginning on Friday the 18th of May at 19:00 at the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo, an exhibition of the Zadar Archaeological Museum will be opened, the authors of which are Natalija Čondić and Morana Vuković from the Zadar Archaeological Museum.
The Sarajevo based exhibition on Zadar’s long and rich history will focus primarily on the foundations of the city, the topic from which this exhibition in particular draws its name.
Living in uninterrupted continuity for at least three thousand years, the City of Zadar is still very attractive as an urban area, as a popular tourist destination, and as a place to live. In such a city, there are inevitable changes, and all of them carry with them the requirement for excavations and for new constructions.
Every view from almost every possible angle upon the foundations of this charming old city reveals something, or rather, tells a lengthy tale about its rich history, and the oldest remains, from as far back as the Iron Age, offer us an insight and some priceless knowledge about the very beginnings of this Dalmatian town’s life.
The exhibition in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s National Museum will bring the increasingly popular coastal city’s oldest historic stories into the present day and will remain open from May the 18th to June the 15th, 2018.