Rovinj Rovigno

Museums and Galleries

Native Museum

It is located in a Baroque palace of the counts of Califfi from the 17th/18th century. It was established in 1954 at the initiative of Rovinj fine artists. Their idea was to establish a place where cultural wealth could be stored, as well as a place where numerous exhibition activities could be held.


Batana House Eco Museum

In ports of this area, protected from the winds, numerous Rovinj batanas are berthed even today. Rovinj batanas are flat-bottomed boats protected by UNESCO due to their longevity and a traditional way of construction.


Trani Gallery, Workshop and Ethno Collection – A Story Told by Old Rovinj Fishermen

In his gallery space located in the very heart of the city the author and owner Mr. Trani makes wooden models of batanas in various sizes.


Batana Center of Visual Arts

The Batana Center of Visual Arts has operated since 1951 when it was known as the Rovinj -Rovigno Film Club. Through its activities, education and exhibitions, it popularized photography.


Adris Gallery

The Gallery was opened in 2001 and since then it has hosted the exhibitions by many eminent artists such as Edo Murtić, Vlaho Bukovac, Oton Gliha, Dušan Džamonja and others.


Galleries (ateliers)

The tradition of painting and the beauty of the city have always drawn artists to spend the summer in Rovinj or to permanently stay here. Today, several eminent contemporary artists live and work in the city.


Turistička zajednica grada Rovinja Rovigno
Pina Budicina 12
52210 Rovinj
Tel.: ++385/52/811-566
Tel.: ++385/52/813-469
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