The JGL Pharmacy Museum has recently participated in an international seminar called “The Hygiea legacy – Pharmacy museums and collections in Europe, Heritage, Identity and Memory”.
Our museum was presented by the museum manager, Marin Pintur, and the member of the JGL Board of Directors, Eva Usmiani Capobianco, and the project and presentation of the JGL Pharmacy Museum aroused the most interest among those present.
This seminar is part of the activities within the project Aromas Itinerarium Sallutis – European Route of Historic Pharmacies and Medicinal Gardens, which will apply to obtain the status of Cultural Route of the Council of Europe.
Currently, project participants come from six European countries (Spain, Croatia, Portugal, Switzerland, Italy and Romania). You can find out more about the project on the web https://aromassalutis.eu/hr/home-hr/ .