The exhibition was opened on the evening of 30 January, 2018 thanks of the courtesy of two remarkable experts in the field of museology, art and history from the Russian Federation and Serbia respectively.
Mr Aleksej Gendjevich Furasjev, the archeologist from The State Hermitage Museum in Sankt Petersburg addressed the audience, while Mr Stanko Trifunović, the author of the exhibition is the museum host and council, archeologist by his vocation.
The ancient world and lives of our ancestors from previous centuries are more vivid thanks to the latest and finest technology such as animation, 3D models, Augmented and Virtual Reality.
The main idea of the exhibition is that the visitors experience the everyday life of our ancestors from days bygone to the finest detail. As if embarking on time machine, the museum guest observes all the major events from an Iron Age until the end of the Ottoman regime.
What is more, Curug’s artifacts reveal how the science and culture are connected with tourism and economy, as in developed societies of our time and place.