The Photographic Archive of the National Archaeological Museum, the oldest and richest of the Archaeological Service, consists of:
1) from the analogue archive of negative pictures and photographs, color negatives and photographs and slides of the objects housed in the Museum, which dates from the beginning to the end of the 20th century. The number of negatives and slides is estimated at approximately 250,000 in dimensions 35mm, 6×9 and 13×18. The corresponding 13×18 and 18×24 photos are estimated at around 1,300,000.
2) the digital file, which has been developing in recent years.
Of importance is the record of glass plates, dating from the late 19th to the early 20th century.
Photographing and filming licenses
Photographing with a portable amateur machine without flash is allowed.Professional photography and filming of persons within the Museum are prohibited without prior permission.
The licensing of photography – filming for commercial and commercial purposes (eg using tripod or sinking) within the National Archaeological Museum’s halls, as well as photographic material orders, is made after the application has been submitted by the interested person to the Museum’s address, by processing the Museum or the relevant departments of the Ministry of Culture and Sports (for processing by request form, see links and application forms)