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Housed inside vaults of the old citadel, this museum is dedicated to seashells and marine and freshwater life. It’s the labour of love of Vladimir Filipovi?, who has amassed around one million shells in his 48 years of collecting, from all corners of the globe. Enter through the street to the right side of the church. Check out the most poisonous creature in the ocean (the remains of an octopus from the Philippines), fossils from 650 million years ago, a megalodon tooth and a vast array of exotic shells.
The building itself – a renovated city guard structure – is stunning, with a lovely oak-block floor and glass dome over an arcaded patio. Showcases finds from Roman stones to Celtic helmets, with explanations also in English. Open till 10pm on Thursdays from June to September.A joint ticket for Museum of Slavonia, Archaeological Museum and the Gallery of Fine Arts costs 25KN.