In cooperation with the Srečko Vilhar Central Library, Koper (Slovenia)
The visitors are welcome to enjoy select exhibits from the impressive library holdings, including the archives and museum items related to Count Francesco Grisoni (1772 – 1841), a Koper aristocrat, humanist and reformer who owned an estate with a palace in Dajla near Novigrad. The exhibition features books dating from 1552 to 1835, portraits and historical documents related to the Grisoni family, and a particularly interesting item: the original blueprints of the palace in Dajla. The display is accompanied by audio-visual material and items from the Lapidarium Museum holdings. The exhibition will also feature a presentation of the Museum's special publication about the monastery/castle/palace in Dajla.