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Ресторанот Ексклузив се наоѓа во новиот дел на центарот на градот Кавадарци.Работи од 1980 година .Во ресторанот се приготвуваат сите врсти риба на скара како и пржена риба, морски плодови, пици , пастрмајлии традиционални македонски јадења и разновидни салати.  Специјалитет на ресторанот е пица ;; Ексклузив’’ и бифтек ;; Ексклузив’.
Капацитет на ресторанот е 150 места внатре и 50 места надвор.
Ул„ Булевар Македонија „ бб Кавадарци
Информации и резервации:
Тел:  389 43 411 561;389 70 239 259

 

Museum-Gallery Kavadarci

Museum-Gallery Kavadarci

Museum - Gallery Kavadarci was established by the town Council Decision in 1973. It was opened on May 7th 1976. Museum is settled in a building that once was a family house of the Serbian deputy Perovik and later nationalized and adapted for museum activity. According to some data, originally the First municipal committee was settled in the building, and later turned into kindergarten and children infirmary. Museum is located on the area of 340 m2 and yard area of 263 m2.

There are four departments operating in the Museum:

  • Historical
  • Archeological
  • Ethnological
  • Department for protection of cultural monuments

 

Museum owns many collections and funds from the field of archeology, ethnology, history, art history and contemporary Macedonian art.

History department has 150 history items (arms, ammunition, swords), collection of 4.000 photos and negatives, 500 slides, 1000 cashed photos, 3000 pages of documents, 2000 pages of memoirs, modes library of 400 titles and other literature.

Archeology department has over 200 artifacts of archeological material. Dates from different time period, found on the territory of Kavadarci municipality and is divided as stone plastic (architectonic elements – bases, capitels, pillars, tombstones (stela, osuarium), ceramic material (pitos, lucerns, plates, cups), numismatic material, tomb accessories and metal jewelry.

Ethnology department owns over 130 objects of wood, textile and metal.

 

Gallery owns 105 paintings and sculptures of distinguished Macedonian artists and authors from former Yugoslavia.

The aim of the Institute-Museum is towards:

- research and supply of museum material

- expert-museum processing

- protection of material and cultural and historical monuments

- cultural-educational activity

 

 

 

 


MUSEUM GALLERY – KAVADARCI

Str. „7-mi Septemvri “ no. 56

tel. 043/413-470

 


 

Wine Museum Demir Kapija

Demir Kapija Museum is located in the courtyard of the elementary school DimceAngelov Gaberot. Area of ​​120 square meters located two exhibitions.One of them isarchitectural, while the other setting is the wine museum. Within the museum are the following galleries: Archeological gallery Wine gallery Art gallery Historical gallery Archeological gallery - Archaeology is a 200 year old science, the objects in this exhibition speak for the continuity of life going from prehistory to the Middle Ages. On the space of: " Tao-Tej Stenae", "Stena Stenae", Prosek - Demir Kapija. Wine gallery - About 6 000 years ago in this region begins konzumnata wine culture survives through centuries and religions to this day. Art gallery- Art is a visual manifestation of human creativity. Presentation of artistic creativity is a spiritual need of every nation. Within the art gallery has room for 18 hours of audio-visual presentations archival footage of archeology, history and natural rarities Demir. Historical gallery - You come to the city of the Kings, Valley of the Paeonian kings where you feel the smell of the wine, where I stroke winds mountain Kozuf sensation 3000 year history Demir. Museum Demir Kapija Marsal Tito bb, Demir Kapija Republic of Macedonia www.museumdk.mk e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Tel.: 389 (0) 43 365 500; Fax: 389 (0) 43 365 501; The exhibitions of the Museum Demir Kapija can be visited from 9:30 a.m. till 4 p.m. Mondays exhibition halls are closed.