The exhibition is organised by theme, with some of the more interesting parts, at least for us, being Water and Earth, presenting objects used for hunting, fishing and agricultural cultivation (including a 7m-long traditional wooden fishing boat made from a single large tree), and the Social and Spiritual, which tells the stories of old customs, holidays and various folk art traditions. For children there's even a special section called Ethnoalphabet, which covers many of the same topics but in a more kid-friendly presentation from A to Z, with some interactive exhibits along the way.
The Slovene Ethnographic Museum (SEM), a museum 'about people, for people', prides itself as being the link between the past and the present, between our own and other cultures, between nature and civilisation. A central museum of ethnology, a museum of
Tanja Roženbergar, PhD, is the director of the Slovene Ethnographic Museum, and has been professionally involved in cultural heritage for almost 30 years, working in various related fields. She's also a member of several professional associations, inc