Museum of Food
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Museum of Food
The "Mediterranean Food Museum" will be located in the very center of Sibenik's historic city center, between the streets of Andrija Kačić Miošić and Stubo Dragojević, a few dozen meters away from the cathedral's urbanistic and architectural complex. James, the Queen's Palace and the Town Halls. It is located in the basement of the existing building block of buildings (former timber storage) and the ground floor of the garden area which is located below the existing building.
By realizing this project, this location would become a "mandatory" station on a pedestrian connection that begins at the cathedral and continues through the streets of the old town to the fortress of St. Mihovila continued. With its content it becomes so-called. "Checkpoint" (additional tourist offer) to visitors where they can learn about Dalmatian tradition and life in the Mediterranean.
The "Mediterranian Food of the Museum" is a presentation center where you can go walking, touring and tasting Dalmatian dishes along with accompanying contents (education, souvenir shopping ...) that complement the Šibenik experience.
This project represents an example of additional contents of Sibenik's tourist offer. The story of this gourmet attraction is based on the experience of traditional Dalmatian lunch. The concept adapted to the organization of the enclosed spaces of the basement of the existing residential building that are laid in the northwest-southeast direction in this order in order to safely walk through the building.
Going through the area and tasting visitors are informed about the customs, roaming and vacations to continue visiting other tourist attractions and historical sights. The idea behind this project is to revitalize the medieval Sibenik, who during all the war had to have all the contents within the walls, which were forgotten in time.
Luka Zaninovic, mag. ing. arch.