An exhibition about why the birth date of the Slovenian beekeeper Anton Janša has become World Bee Day.
Exhibits include materials from the collections of the Museum of Apiculture and other institutions, as well as illustrations from the picture book by Andrejka Čufer: Čebelar po srcu: Anton Janša, od malega čebelarja do dvornega učitelja čebelarstva (A beekeeper at heart: Anton Janša, from a young beekeeper to an imperially-appointed teacher of apiculture).
The exhibition is on view until 28 February 2019 in the Museum of Apiculture, Radovljica.
Entrance tickets for the exhibition must be purchased in the Museum of Apiculture (€3 per person).
Exhibition organiser: The Museum of Apiculture in co-operation with the Slovenian Beekeepers' Association.
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