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Museo Naval de Madrid

   

The Naval Museum in Madrid focuses on research, conservation and dissemination of the Spanish maritime history. Its cultural offer is aimed at all ages and is designed to show the maritime dimension of Spain.
The exhibition halls of the Museum, sorted chronologically, contains collections of historical objects from the 5th century to today preserved by the Navy.

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Museu d’Història de Sant Feliu de Guíxols

   

The Museum, located in a Benedictine monastery, shows the life and evolution of the Monastery of Sant Feliu, and the work the local society carried out over the centuries: fishing, cork and tourism linked to the sea bathing. The Shipwrecked Rescue House preserves the boat collection and all the tools used by the Rescue Society in the end of the 20th C.

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Museu de la Mediterrània, Torroella de Montgrí

   

The Mediterranean Museum opens its doors to the discovery and understanding of human space of the Mediterranean from the territory of Montgrí, the plain of the Medes Islands and Baix Ter. A participatory experience for young and old who invites us to smell the aromas of the Mediterranean, and listen to your music sounds, touch history and enjoy a panoramic visual that brings us to the real Mediterranean today.

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Museu de la Pesca, Palamós

   

The world of Fishing, a unique specialised Museum in the Mediterranean area. This Centre presents the past, the present and the future of fishing, through its permanent exhibition and a set of activities related to the maritime fact of the Costa Brava.

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Museu de l'Anxova i de la Sal, L’Escala

   

Over the centuries, l’Escala has preserved an industry which has given the town fame the world over: salting anchovies. The Anchovy and Salt Museum shows the history of fishing and of salting blue fish, from the 16th century to the present, and enables you to discover a time, a heritage and a knowledge that are unique on the Catalan coast.

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Museu del Mar, Lloret de Mar

   

Visiting the Maritime Museum is like going on a journey. A journey that begins with the recollections of a relationship lost in time where Lloret and the sea contemplate one another. It continues with journeys and coasting trade in the Mediterranean and the great high sea adventures of Lloret's navigators. Last of all, the imprint left on the town by these events is exhibited in the form of heritage.

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Museu del Port de Tarragona

   

In the year 2000, the Port of Tarragona Museum was inaugurated. The port offers to take you on a historical journey from the time the Romans arrive right up until the present day. You can learn about life on the docks, different types of fishing, leisure activities and the vessels and cargo associated with our waters.

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Museu Marítim de Barcelona

   

The Maritime Museum of Barcelona has built since 1929 a major group of collections that illustrate the Catalan seafaring culture and which help understand the nature of the country’s maritime history. The Museum is located at the Royal Shipyards of Barcelona, a highly valuable example of civil architecture.

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Museu Municipal de Nàutica, El Masnou

   

In year 1962 the Archaeological Historic Museum opened with the objective of preserving and disseminating the archaeological objects of El Masnou. Little by little the maritime objects of its collection gained importance and in 1990 it became the Municipal Nautical Museum. The Museum has an important maritime heritage, of which it is worth mentioning the navigation devices, a gallery on maritime theme, a large number of nautical charts and a specialized library since the 18th century.

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European Maritime Heritage

   

European Maritime Heritage (EMH) is a non-governmental organization for private owners of traditional ships, as well as for maritime museums and other interested bodies.

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Musée départemental Arles antique

   

This museum, established in southern France in a resolutely modern building inaugurated in 1995, is dedicated to the archaeological collections discovered in the vicinity of Arles. However its origin is actually much older, dating back to the creation of a public museum of antiquities in 1784, one of the first museums of the country. With excavations conducted since the 1980s in the Rhône River, its delta, and the adjacent sea, and especially with the excavation and rising of the Arles-Rhône 3 shipwreck in 2011, the museum has been enriched with new artefacts, linked to the river and maritime port in Roman times. These collections, including the 31-metre AR3 barge, are exhibited today in a new wing housing nearly 500 objects related to navigation, trade and port activities.

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Musée national de la Marine, Paris

   

Further to the creation of the collections in 1748, significantly enriched, the National Marine Museum, created in 1827, offers a range of maritime themes: military and merchant navy, fishing, research fleet or yachting and pleasure boating. The museum is located in Paris and in four ports, Brest, Port-Louis, Rochefort and Toulon.

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Hellenic Maritime Museum – Piraeus

   

The Hellenic Maritime Museum was founded in 1949 and since 1971 it is located in the Marina Zeas building in Freattyda, Piraeus. It is the biggest Maritime Museum in Greece and presents the creation, history and development o the Hellenic Navy form the prehistoric times to our days. The aims of the Museum are to search, study, document, recover, collect, maintain, preserve and display objects related to the performance of Greeks in the marine works from the prehistoric years up to today.

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Kuća od mora, Ekomuzeja Mošćenička Draga

   

The Interpretation Centre for Fishing and Maritime Heritage “The House of the Sea” is a constituent part of the Ecomuseum Mošćenička Draga, founded in Mošćenička Draga, Croatia in 2012. The basic goal of the Ecomuseum is the preservation and valorisation of the historical heritage potential, as well as the development of cultural tourism.

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Ekomuzeja Kuca o batani, Roviño

   

The Eco-museum «The Batana House» was founded in 2004 in Rovinj, Croatia. Its activities unite the protection of the tangible and intangible maritime heritage, cultural tourism and education, community empowerment work and creative sustainable development.

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Muzej betinske drvene brodogradnje

   

The Betina Museum of Wooden Shipbuilding is located in a protected cultural and historical area of Betina. The permanent exhibition shows the history and use of traditional wooden boats in Betina and the complete wooden shipbuilding story since its beginning in the 18th century until the present day. The Museum tells about a society who lived in the time when wooden boats were irreplaceable in everyday lives of the peoples from Betina and Murter. There are shipbuilding tools, as well as everyday items gathered from private collections of local people witnessing the customs and the culture of the village.

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Pomorski i Povijesni Muzej Hrvatskog Primorja Rijeka

   

The Maritime and History Museum of Croatian Littoral Rijeka is a complex regional museum composed of archaeology, ethnography, cultural-history and maritime history departments. The Museum has the seat in the former Governor's Palace in Rijeka, the first grade cultural monument building. The activities of the Museum are oriented towards emphasizing traditional Croatian values and preserving the maritime heritage of Rijeka and the Croatian Littoral.

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Pomorski Muzej, Dubrovnik

   

The Dubrovnik Maritime Museum is located in St. John's Castle. The permanent display consists of 4,000 collection objects owned by the Museum, which illustrate the naval history of Dubrovnik and the surrounding region. Among the exhibits are ship models dating back to the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, as well as flags, cannons and other weapons, figureheads, nautical instruments, log books, and various documents. The Museum holds a valuable library containing many rare books and important archival materials.

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Arsenale di Palermo – Museo del Mare –, Palermo

   

The Arsenal of the Royal Navy, built by King Philip IV of Spain, was erected in 1630, and is located in Via dell’Arsenale, the centre of the port until last century. In 1998 the Committee Pro Arsenal created the Maritime Museum in the building, with the aim of spreading the culture of the sea and the protection and safeguard of the Sicilian maritime heritage. The location of the museum is divided into several sections: historical, photography, maritime traditions, marine engines, and ship models.

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MUSA Museo del sale di Cervia

   

A museum about people and land with a particular focus on the relationship between people and water areas: ancient and modern salt production, trade waterways or seaways, the rehabilitation of farmland and the development of seaside tourism. Wooden tools, documentation, photographs, ancient maps, important archaeological finds, salt cellars, scales, charming shapes made of salt - such as crystals and nativity scenes - track the history of Cervia’s area with particular reference to the history of its saltpans. MUSA is one of Emilia Romagna’s Quality Museums.

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Galata Museo del Mare, Genova

   

The Galata Maritime Museum, the Museum-Theatre Commenda di San Giovanni di Pré, and the Pegli Naval Museum are museal complex, that are managed by a single organizational structure, Institution of Maritime and Migration Museums (Mu.MA), founded by the Municipality of Genoa. Thanks to its characteristics of autonomy and agility, the Mu.MA constitutes a cultural centre of excellence, tied to the world of the sea, covering in each museum cities’ historical-maritime identity, its welcoming embrace of pilgrims and emigrated, geographic explorations, exchanges of trade and peoples.

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Museo del Mare di Napoli

   

The Museum of the Sea, which includes a rich collection of great historical and artistic value and a valuable collection of books of specific interest, constitutes a unique testimony of the evolution of the Neapolitan Navy for the last three centuries. Over the years donations and private entities have enriched the heritage collection and enlarged the cultural offer.

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Museo della Marineria di Cesenatico

   

The Maritime Museum of Cesenatico has the mission to preserve and disseminate the maritime heritage related to northern and central Adriatic Sea. The museum consists of a floating section, launched in 1983, now with eleven traditional boats (three in operation), and a ground section opened in 2005 in a new building.

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Museo della Marineria "W. Patrignani", Pesaro

   

The new look of the museum focuses on the maritime identity of Pesaro in the XV-XX centuries, showing the visitor a route of discovery and exploration into the daily working life of the port and coastal activities, with the intention of highlighting the original maritime features and identity of the city. Archival documentation identified Pesaro harbour as the Adriatic base and inspiration for the spreading of "trawl" fishing in deep waters, on "tartana" boats in the beginning of the XVII century.

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Polo Museale Museo del Mare, San Benedetto del Tronto

San Benedetto Tronto petit

 

 

The "Sea Museum" of San Benedetto del Tronto is hosted in the Wholesale Fish Market, built in 1935 within the port area, surrounded by a unique scenario, where the sea is the undisputed key figure. The Museum tells us the story both ancient and contemporary of the city and its surrounding territory, its fishing economy and trading; it displays dozens of fish species, some of which very rare, very old amphorae, images, paintings, tools, instruments, books, a unique ultramodern 3D room, and much more.

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Malta Maritime Museum, Vittoriosa

   

The Malta Maritime Museum was inaugurated in 1992. The Museum was setup to encompass Malta’s rich maritime past. With the help of over 8,000 objects the museum discusses the history of a small island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea from pre-history up till today. The Museum helps in transmitting a Maltese Maritime identity, with the help of such objects as well as a library and an archive.

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Musée Naval de Monaco

   

The Naval Museum, a true maritime encyclopaedia founded in 1993, displays a splendid collection of more than 250 ship models and marine objects, dated from ancient times to today. Its collection also enhances many ancient models in loan from the magnificent personal collection of H.S.M. Prince Rainier III of Monaco enhance the collection. Among the modern ships collection there is a huge 5 m long model of the American aircraft carrier Nimitz.

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Pomorski Muzej Crne Gore, Kotor

   

The Maritime Museum of Montenegro in Kotor was created thanks to a collection founded by the “Boka Marine” Fraternity around the year 1880. It opened to public in 1900. It gradually enlarged and in 1938 it was re-arranged and opened to visitors on the first floor of the present Museum building. It was only after the end of World War II, in the period 1949-1952, that the whole building, a Baroque palace of the Grgurina noble family from the beginning of the 18th century, was completely restored and adapted to meet the needs of the Museum. The disastrous earthquake of April 15, 1979, caused halt in regular activities of the Museum, its building being considerably damaged. In the period from 1982 to 1984, conservation and restoration works were finished and after the five year period of renovation, the Museum continued its activities.

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Muzej grada Perasta

     

The palace which houses the Museum of the Town of Perast is one of the most famous monuments of the 17th century profane architecture, on the east Adriatic coast. Built by brothers Ivan and Vicko Bujović, the Museum of the Town of Perast has three collections: art historian, ethnological and maritime collection from the 16th to 20th century. The Museum preserves a very rich archival fund of the Perast municipality dated from 1441-1945; the primary school archive from 1871-1950; the Viskovic family archives from 1457-1927 and the library of family Visković and Balović.

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Ecomuseu Municipal do Seixal

   

The Municipal Ecomuseum of Seixal was created in 1982. Its collection is founded on built cultural heritage, floating heritage and moveable assets –archaeological, technical and industrial, artistic and ethnographic collections and documentary resources– in their majority derived from sources within the council.

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Knjižnica Pomorskega muzeja "Sergej Mašera" Piran

   

The seat of the Maritime Museum “Sergej Mašera” Piran is in the two-storied classicistic Gabrielli Palace, built along the Piran inner harbour where is also anchored the museum boat named “Galeb” (seagull). The Museum is a collection of the maritime past of the Slovene coast, Slovene naval history and related economic activities. It contains a collection of marine archaeology, ethnology fishing collection and a historical, ethnological and art-historical collection of shipping from the Middle Ages to the end of the second World War II. The museum includes also three branch units: The Museum also manages three branch units: the Museum of Salt at the Secovlje Salt-pans Landscape Park; the Tona house at St. Peter and the Giuseppe Tartini Memorial Room located in the centre of Piran.

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Istanbul Deniz Müzesi – Istanbul

   

The Istanbul Naval Museum, founded in 1897, aims to display Turkish naval history from past to present. It contains the largest collection of historical caiques consisting of 14 imperial caiques, the world’s oldest historical galley and other historical caiques. It is one of the leading museums in Turkey with its collections consisting of 20.000 objects related to the maritime heritage.

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The Gibraltar Museum

   

Gibraltar has a rich and varied past, and this is reflected in its archaeological record. The archaeology of Gibraltar is an area of study that has really come into its own within the past decade and has been steered and regulated by the Gibraltar Museum.

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Musée d’Histoire de Marseille

   

The Marseille History Museum, a municipal institution, was inaugurated in 1983 on the archaeological area of the ancient city: the harbour, the entrance and the walls. The museum presents the history of the city founded in 600 B.C. by Phocean sailors up to today, keeping its harbour in the heart of the discourse. The museum exhibits include six ancient shipwrecks, which are unique in the world. A seventh one and a port warehouse are displayed in the Roman Docks Museum, an annex of the History Museum mainly dedicated to maritime trade in antiquity.

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MuT Museo della Tonnara di Stintino

   

The Tuna Fishing Museum of Stintino tells the story of a time that no longer exists. It describes fish schools that follow the Mediterranean Sea currents; the crews which wait for their catch, and about the network system that intercepts the passage of the tunas. The Museum describes the traditional method of tuna fishing, practiced in the Gulf of Asinara until the last century. It allows us to picture the lives of the men who fished and prepared tunas with great effort and tenacity. It contains the identity of a whole village, Stintino, whose history is closely related to the Tonnara Saline. It perpetuates, today, the memory of men and the sea.

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