Tour: “Worship the Creator, Not a Creation”Museum: The Mimara Museum - Zagreb
About the Mimara museum: The Mimara Museum is one of the worlds largest private art collections. It is located in in the architectural complex built in the late 19th century. The artworks span an amazing three millennia of history - sculptures and archaeological rarities which date back to ancient Greece and Egypt, the glass collection showcases works from ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire and European art from the early Middle Ages to the 20th century. The museum was opened in 1987.
This tour is available by request.
Duration: 1 to 1 ½ hours (Does not include check-in, etc.)
Dates: You will be able to select your date during the reservation process (or upon correspondence).
Statuettes and images of mother-goddesses have been unearthed by archaeologists at ancient sites all over Europe. For thousands of years, mother-goddess worship was a powerful rival to the pure worship of Jehovah.
Why mother-goddess worship in ancient times appears to have been a very early form of false religion? Where did this idea originate? Where and when did the idea develop that Mary was the “mother of God”? What does the Bible really say about Mary, the mother of Jesus? What Mary’s example can teach us?
What you will experience:
Qualified guides will tour you through the museum and highlight artifacts related to the Bible theme. You will learn among other things, about Bible history, prophecy as well as Biblical archaeology. Furthermore, you will learn about historical persons in connection with the Bible. High-quality artwork of Bible persons, places, and historical individuals will be used throughout the tour to enhance your experience. The tour will be interactive with thought-provoking questions being posed by your guide throughout the tour.