Exploring the Imperial and Royal Navy: Arena Hospitality Group proudly supports a new exhibit at Aquarium Pula
The member of the Management Board and Director of Marketing and Sales at Arena Hospitality Group, Manuela Kraljević, was a special guest at the opening of the new exhibit and collection "Gallerion", the Imperial and Royal Navy, held at the Pula Aquarium on the occasion of Europe Day and the 150th anniversary of the Austro-Hungarian polar expedition.
Alongside the Mayor of the City of Pula and representatives of the Juraj Dobrila University, the Director of Marketing and Sales and a member of the Management Board of Arena Hospitality Group, Manuela Kraljević, was a special guest at the opening. The event was also attended by special guests: Sergio Gobbo, designer, photographer, passionate collector, and former owner of the "Gallerion" collection, Miljenko Smokvina, author of the exhibition "Adriatic Sailors in the Arctic", and Bruno Dobrić, president of the Viribus Unitis association. The Austro-Hungarian atmosphere was enhanced by the music recital of pianist Elda Krajcar Percan and Croatian poet Daniel Načinović.
Manuela Kraljević expressed her enthusiasm for the new exhibit and collection and emphasized that Arena Hospitality Group is proud to support this project, which contributes to the development of the cultural and tourism offer of Pula and promotes Croatian maritime history. "We hope that visitors will enjoy this impressive exhibit and collection and that they will return to experience many more unforgettable moments. We are proud to have been part of this event and look forward to future cooperation with the Pula Aquarium," she concluded.
The impressive collection, with over 300 models of research and warships, objects, weapons, uniforms, and documents from the era of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, represents an extraordinary opportunity for visitors to get acquainted with historical heritage and maritime culture. In addition to the "Gallerion" collection, visitors can also explore the exhibition "Adriatic Sailors in the Arctic" and a new exotic exhibit with aquarium sharks, attractive Arctic, freshwater, and tropical fish such as the Napoleon fish, rays, dangerous jellyfish, and coral reefs. This is an opportunity for all sea and history lovers to enjoy the diversity of the underwater world and maritime history.