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cebelarska.zbirkaThe exhibition initially takes us through the history of bee-keeping in Slovenia and presents the important beekeepers from the 18th century, such as for example: Peter Pavel Glavar, Anton Janša, Janez Anton Scopoli who left their mark not only in the Slovene but the global area of beekeeping. The exhibition was constructed pedagogically and for that reason a very special part is dedicated to the introduction of the bee and the work of the beekeepers. The heart of the collections consists of many interesting bee farming tools and photographs which remind of the important bees have for mankind.

DSCN4835 copyHelena is a hamlet in Črna na Koroškem named after a mining gallery and it developed near the end of the 19th century. The gallery took its name from the the church of St. Helen on the Pikovo hill which was built in 15th century. The life and development in Helena went hand in hand with mine operations. The mine provided for residential buildings for the miners and for the infrastructure. In the past, Helena was a developed settlement that had a school, library, a hall for cultural events, a firehouse and a shop. The mining collection reveals the past life and work of miners, bearing an indelible hallmark left behind by the mining industry in this area.

DSCN6317Črna na Koroškem, the village of Olympic participants is proud of its seven sportsmen who represented Slovenia in the Olympic games and the Olympic winner – champion Tina Maze. Visitors can enjoy watching the achievements of our champions in the exhibition – the Olympic participants and champions from Črna na Koroškem. There are photos and objects related to Olympic games and the seven Olympic participants and champions from Črna – Drago and Danilo Pudgar, Katjuša Pušnik, Mitja Kunc, Nataša Lačen, Aleš Gorza and Tina Maze.

Rudarski muzejThe centuries of mining traditions in Črna and its surrounding areas affected the appearance of the town and its way of life. The preserved cultural heritage which tells the stories of searching for lead ore and bringing it to the surface is set in a stone in the middle of the square. In front of the tunnel there are some machines and devices that contribute to the story of the use of these riches of the earth. In more than 330 years the upper part of the Mežiška valley in the mines that cover more than 64 km2 they dug up 19 million tons of ore and by doing so created a labyrinth of over 800 km of tunnels.

Etnološka zbirkaIn the rooms of the former post office there is an organized ethnological collection with exhibit pieces from the 19th and the first half of the 20th century. The collection bears witness to the life, work and living culture of the people of Črna and the surrounding farms.

A collection of 230 exhibit pieces was first set up in 1978 in organization of the 23rd tourist week in Črna. The collection consists of objects from every-day use, different pieces of interior decoration (chest, clock, dish...) and different tools, all of which is completed by old photographs and their enlargements.