|About the museum:
The Museum of the Cetina Region is, in terms of its material, a general museum, and according to its territorial scope of reference, is a regional museum. It was founded on July 7, 1956. The museum preserves, researches into and presents the cultural and historical heritage of the Cetina region. Because of the shortage of exhibition space, only material from the archaeology and art collections (out of the total of six collections) are shown in the permanent display. The archaeological collection is set up in chronological sequence, from pre-history to the late Middle Ages; among the finest exhibits there are some archaeological finds deriving from the bed of the Cetina River, an important archaeological finding site in the Cetina region. The art collection is represented by the works of Frano Šimunović, Stjepan Baković, Joko Knežević, Stipe Sikirica, Pavao Perić, Ivo Filipović Grčić and Anton Vrlić.