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Erwin Pichl Speleovivarium

If you are interested in learning about the flora and fauna of the Karst caves, don't miss the opportunity to visit the Speleovivarium.
Speleovivarium Erwin Pichl
The only museum of its kind, the Speleovivarium is located in the heart of Trieste, in a tunnel that is a former air raid shelter.
The unusual location was chosen for its physical and environmental characteristics, similar to those of natural Karst caves.

This enabled speleobiologists to create an ideal habitat where examples of flora and fauna from caves in Trieste's Karst Plateau could be raised in captivity.

The undisputed star of the museum is the olm, an amphibian rarely seen in nature, whose habitat is limited to the area between Postojna and the Gulf of Kotor.
Green Pass from 6 August 2021
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In compliance with the provisions of current regulations, from 6 August 2021 it will be possible to access museums, other institutes and places of culture and exhibitions, shows open to the public, sporting events and competitions, cinemas and theaters, only if you are in possession of a Covid-19 green certification (green pass) which certifies that you have had at least one dose of vaccine or have tested negative. to a molecular or rapid swab in the last 48 hours or to be cured of COVID-19 in the previous six months.


Children under the age of 12 are excluded from the obligation of the Green Pass, and those exempt on the basis of showing suitable medical certification.

The check is carried out by personnel assigned to control services of entertainment and show activities in places open to the public or in public establishments registered in the list referred to in Article 3, paragraph 8, of Law no. 94., through a smartphone set up with the "VerificationC19" app for reading the QR code. The operator is also entitled to ask for an identity document.
Speleovivarium Erwin Pichl
via Guido Reni, 2/c
tel. +39 040 823859 (ore serali)
cell. +39 3491357631
speleovivarium@email.it

free entry
opening hours on the museum's website


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