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Components of ship propulsion machinery such as parts of steam turbines, oil engines, diesel engines and petrol engines make up this historical-technical collection.

The Museum hosts numerous valuable items: from a steam engine dating to the end of the 19th century to diesel engines used in the second half of the 20th century. Of particular note is the internal combustion engine that was made in Split's "Rossi Metallurgical Factory" around 1922, making it the first internal combustion engine made not only in Croatia but also in the whole of Southeastern Europe. The Collection also includes a part of the steam turbine from the destroyer "Zagreb", part of the Navy of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, which was launched on March 30th 1938 in the "Jadransko brodogradilište" (Adriatic Shipyard) in Split, as well as several other valuable exhibits related to shipbuilding.

 

Collection Manager: M.Sc. Stjepan Lozo, museum advisor

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