Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk


First president of the Czechoslovak Republic Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk was born on 7th March 1850. His name is currently worn by several basic schools, grammar schools and one of universities in Brno. From our archive we chose two museums associated with this great statesman. The first one is the Masaryk Museum in Hodonín, where Masaryk was born. In addition to the permanent exhibition that accompanies the entire presidential life, this museum also manages the Museum of Natural History in Kyjov, the Municipal Museum in Veselí nad Moravou and the Slavic fortified settlement in Mikulčice.

The second source is the T.G.M. Museum Rakovník. Besides the branch in Lány, where are expositions devoted to the Masaryk family or Czechoslovak legions, it has other branches - in Nové Strašecí they are dedicated to the Celts, in Jesenice they map the area of the former Sudetes and in the Skryje, apart from the trilobites, they represent Joachim Barrande. 




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Muzeum T.G.M. v Rakovníku

Informace o muzeu, pořádaných akcích, výstavách a osobnostech spjatých s městem Rakovník

Publisher: Muzeum TGM Rakovník


Masarykovo muzeum v Hodoníně

Stránky muzea s historickým, etnografickým a archeologickým zaměřením. Specializovaným pracovištěm spojujícím Hodonín, Kyjov a Veselí je Regionální pracoviště pro lidovou kulturu. Kromě odborné a výstavní činnosti nabízejí všechna pracoviště akce a speciální programy pro školy a veřejnost.

Publisher: Masarykovo muzeum v Hodoníně




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