Whether you wish to find a uniquely wonderful gift or you want a small keepsake to remind you of your vacation on our islands, the Archaeological collection of Osor in Osor has a rich choice of souvenirs such us replicas of oil lamps, as well as
replicas of ancient glass, and jewelry artfully crafted from reproductions of Roman coins.
In all three buildings of the Lošinj Museum visitors can buy exhibition catalogues, professional and popular science publications on various subjects related to local cultural and historical inheritance.Learn about the secrets hiding in the depths of our archipelago; the typical attire of our predecessors, and the mind behind the planning of the Gallery in Veli Losinj. There is also a wealth of information on the development of hotels and tourism in Mali Losinj from the 1880's., the fortifications in the Cres-Losinj islands,,as well as many other interesting historical details.
SALE OF THE “GOLDEN” OTOČKI LJETOPIS No. 5 – HISTORICAL SOURCES OF THE ISLANDS OF LOŠINJ AND CRES at the price of 10 kn
It has passed 26 years since the last large Professional Conference on history of our island and 24 years since the publication of its results. “Golden” Chronicle (because of its golden covers)
has been “of age” for a long time, times have changed, generations as well. However, without regard to the year of publication, 1984, Otočki ljetopis No. 5 – Historical Sources of the Islands of Lošinj and Cres is a book of permanent value that everyone who is interested in local history and inheritance should have.
What was found in the ancient Necropolis at Kavuada in Osor, and is kept in the Archaeological Museum of Istria, in Pula? What is Osor “Credo” and why is it important at the European level? Why is the Osor Evangelistary from the 11th century, which is kept in the Vatican Library, important both for Croatian and European history and art? What does The Chronicles of Nerezine which Branko Fučić once found in the vault of the University Library of Rijeka tell us? What kind of tourism was promoted by the Lošinj tourist guides at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century? The answers to these and many other questions can be found precisely in Otočki ljetopis No. 5.