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At the entrance to the ethno-archaeological park, on the left side there is the school built in 1906. Today, within the school are well-equipped classrooms - laboratories for conservation and research that serve as a workshop for various archaeological projects and other scientific and educational workshops. School


In the school hallway stone sculptures from the site Timacum Minus are exposed. There are also working facilities for storing and processing of archaeological objects and also a modestly furnished dormitory for members of the research team with bathrooms. Laboratory for conservation

Respecting the needs of the modern visitor, the Knjaževac Homeland Museum continues to work on improving the presentation of the cultural heritage. During 2017 and 2018, with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia and the Municipality of Knjaževac, the project "New Archaeological Exhibition in the Archaeo-Ethno Park in Ravna" was implemented. With this project, the exhibition space of the research and educational station was modernized and a new, improved archeological exhibition was formed.

As the Archaeo-Ethno Park is inextricably linked to the archeological site Timacum Minus, this exhibition represents a symbolic introduction to the story of the oldest fortress in the valley of Beli Timok. The new archeological exhibition in the school space in the Archaeo-Ethno Park in Ravna, which in addition to the adapted design and concept of interpretation of stone plastic elements and architectural decorations from the archeological site Timacum Minus, now provides visitors with a sensory experience, has contributed to improving museum accessibility. Selected items, made from a variety of materials, are on display to provide visitors with a tactile experience and experiential learning that involves multiple senses, while information on items is available in Braille and through digital elements and Android applications.