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Central Museum of Mining - Sopron
Central Museum of Mining
Address: 9400, Sopron Templom utca 2.
Phone number: (99) 312-667, (99) 338-902
Opening hours: 01.04-31.10.: Tue-Sun 10-18
01.11-31.03.: Tue-Sun 10-16
The millennial town of Sopron has had centuries old connections with mining even before the opening of our museum. Mineral coal was first discovered in 1753 in the historical Hungary, in the woods around Sopron in the area, which is now called Brennbergbánya. Here the coal was started to be used for industrial purposes with very good results until 1951. In 1920, The School of Mining and Forestry that was transferred here from Selmecbánya according to the "Decision of Trianon" started to function in Sopron. continue
Permanent exhibitions
The Building of the Collage was Located in Selmecbánya until 1919
A miner officer training school started working in Selmecbánya following the order of Charles III in 1735. The manager was Sámuel Mikoviny. The school period lasted two years. The school was given the Collage status by Mary Teresa which lead to the foundation of the Acadamy of Mining where studies of miner and smelter architect could be pursued. continue
Museum cinema
The movie theatre in the museum, which functions in a video system selects from the newsreels of the last 50 years from the topics of mining, prevention of accidents at a professional showing. continue
Calcite, Quarc, Pyrite (Kapnikbánya, today: Cavnic - Romania)
The Carpathian Basin is known as an area rich in special minerals. Out of its solid mineral row materials the most known are as follows: copper, silver, ore, lead, zinc, iron ore, a bauxite, manganese, uranium, rock salt and coal. continue