Europa 2015 - Old Toys - Robot - Set
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Collecting items intended for playing children began purchasing items for the first permanent exhibition of the Ethnographic Museum in 1904. On this occasion, Nikola Zega, the first curator of the museum acquired a four rag dolls made by children with the help of their parents. By the mid-80s of the 20th century was obtained about 400 items. For purposes of presentation in 1985 in the daily press and in the electronic media has advertised that the museum collects children's toys, and from that moment the collection to this day tripled. By this time the focus was solely on rural toys, and since then collect toys made in rural areas, as well as industrially produced toys used by children residing in the city and in the countryside. In the collection are represented toys - models of everyday utility objects, games, items designed for play indoors and outdoors. Saved as rural wooden skates, white female skates, but also skates for hokey, roller skates, inline skates, trolley for dolls, clothes for dolls, dolls and furniture. The collection of dolls make rag dolls, porcelain dolls, paper mashe and tires, Transformers, Barbie and Bratz. One of the most famous factory for the manufacture of toys in the former Yugoslavia is Mehanotehnika from Izola, Slovenia. The design team of successful factory defined for a range of toys intended primarily for boys, but also toys that were able to develop tactile and intellectual abilities of children.