The ground floor will also show ‘Korcula in the time of Antiquity’, and the rock that will remain in its original state is particularly interesting in order to vividly present history. ‘On the first floor there will be everything related to the town of Korcula during the Venetian Republic and the inevitable statute of the town of Korcula from 1214, the stone coats of arms of the princes and tribes that were in that century. Likewise, the Battle of Marco Polo in 1298 will be mentioned, but it will not be emphasized because it is across the square from the Marco Polo Museum, ‘says Ivan Šale, adding what is foreseen on the second floor.
The museum will also offer a view of recent times, the inevitable Moreška and all the fraternities of the town of Korčula, as well as Korčula through the 19th and 20th centuries through the works of our distinguished academics. On the third floor there will be an ambient kitchen from the Middle Ages, as well as a large hall for workshops, lectures, libraries and all that is currently missing for normal functioning.