Koroski Muzej enota Ravne na Koroskem

The area around Ravne na Koroskem in northern Slovenia was well-known for its iron works and lead mines. The Koroski open air museum opened in 1953, and is based in the former Missthal Ironworks. Exhibits include an ancient water-powered hammer and a rolling mill, both used in the ironworks, as well as a lead-melting furnace, and a kiln, characteristic of the region, that could be used for drying flax, or for drying fruit for preservation.

Koroski Muzej enota Ravne na Koroskem
Na gradu 2
2390 Ravne na Koroskem
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