Due to the public’s great interest in The Unknown Klimt – Love, Death, Ecstasy exhibition at the City Museum of Rijeka it has been extended until 31st December.
The last planned date by which the exhibition at the Sugar Palace could be seen was originally 20th October. It included the summer period, i.e. the tourist season when an increased number of visitors from other parts of Croatia and foreign countries was expected. The expectations were right because August saw a record number of visitors. 1,936 visitors came to the exhibition in that month, and on 17th August, it set a daily record of 214 visitors. However, October took it a step further, and in the period from 1st to 17th October, the exhibition was viewed by 1,423 visitors. If this kind of rhythm continues until the end of the month then 2,500 – 3,000 visitors can be expected. A new daily record was also set on 14th October, with 239 visitors. There were seven groups of visitors in the Palace on that day who toured the exhibition with expert guidance. Just a reminder that The Unknown Klimt exhibition can be viewed in the Sugar Palace alongside the Museum’s permanent exhibition dedicated to the history of Rijeka