At the beginning of spring, a valuable investment in the reconstruction of outdoor lighting worth slightly more than half a million kuna began in the Museum of Neanderthals in Krapina.
Since its opening, the Krapin Museum has not had a good external lighting system, which in the winter period and through events that take place in the evenings, represented a problem and even a danger for visitors.
Thus, at the beginning of June, the space in front of the Museum and the access path to the Hušnjakov Site were given a new shine. The new lighting project was created by the company Projektnig 1970 in cooperation with Baština doo from Zagreb, and the works were carried out by the company Vodolim from Donja Stubica.
The Museum of Neanderthals in Krapina is illuminated with 45 new lighting fixtures, which certainly add additional attraction to the permanent exhibition and offer the possibility of organizing additional outdoor events.
The project was co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia, along with the investor, the Museum of Hrvatsko Zagorje.