Franciscan Museum | Franjevački muzej | Jajce


The Franciscan Monastery Museum in Jajce is a treasure trove of history and culture, housing over 2,000 artifacts. However, the museum’s exhibit features only around 100 items, representing just two percent of its extensive collection. This carefully curated selection provides a fascinating glimpse into the rich heritage of Jajce and its surrounding region.

The Franciscan Museum Collection

Royal Relics


The most significant exhibit is the remains of the last Bosnian king, Stjepan Tomašević.


These relics offer a poignant connection to the region’s royal past and its historical significance.

Ancient Artifacts


Visitors can also explore items that testify to the worship of Jupiter, the supreme Roman deity, highlighting the diverse cultural and religious history of Jajce.

    The museum of the Franciscan monastery in Jajce was opened to the public for the first time in 1905.

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