Muzeum Těšínska

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Muzeum Těšínska
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Main building of the Muzeum Těšínska
Established 1948
Location Český Těšín, Czech Republic
Coordinates 49°44′50″N 18°37′27″E / 49.747222°N 18.624111°E / 49.747222; 18.624111
Type Regional
Director Dr. Zbyšek Ondřeka
Website http://www.muzeumct.cz/

Muzeum Těšínska (Polish: Muzeum Ziemi Cieszyńskiej), (Museum of Cieszyn Silesia) is a regional museum in Český Těšín, Czech Republic. It focuses on the history and traditions of the region of Cieszyn Silesia. The museum was founded in 1948 by teacher Ladislav Báča.

It has 12 regional branches and show rooms. Thanks to its regional branch in Jablunkov it is the easternmost professional museum in the Czech Republic.[1] The museum cooperates with Muzeum Śląska Cieszyńskiego and Książnica Cieszyńska in Cieszyn, the Polish part of the town.

Since 1957 the museum publishes the Těšínsko magazine. Current director is Dr. Zbyšek Ondřeka.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Ondřeka 2007, 10.

References[edit]

  • Ondřeka, Zbyšek (2007). "Těšínsko 1957 - 2007". Těšínsko 50 (5): 1–11. 

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